Green energy deal 'could be blueprint' for other councils

By Dan Peters | 18 November 2020

A £40m green energy deal could provide a blueprint for local authorities seeking to reduce carbon emissions and cut costs, according to the City of London Corporation.

The council has signed a deal with Voltalia to buy all the electricity produced for 15 years by a new-build 95,000-panel solar farm in Dorset.

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