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Pedal power at open-air cycle-in cinemas

This just in from The Guardian’s Bike Blog: “Cycle-in cinemas are popping up all over the UK, promoting the value of electricity and the joys of cycling”. About time too. We love it when a green plan comes together. “Imagine how a love of cycling might be combined with a British version of the great […]

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Richborough solar farm begins producing power

On Wednesday 3rd August, BBC News reported that the first large-scale solar park in the Southeast began supplying electricity to homes and businesses in the local area. The £13m project, near the site of the former Richborough Power Station in Kent, is capable of supplying 1,300 homes. Following the recent reduction in government subsidies for […]

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