Big Brands Back UK Solar Revolution

June 13, 2003 [] In the wake of the UK Department of Trade and Industry having released another £2 million (US$3.3 million) of funding for 21 solar commercial photovoltaic projects throughout the UK, many major UK companies are getting involved in green energy. Leading UK brands such as Tesco, Transport for London, The Co-operative Insurance Society, Urban Space and the UK’s leading house builder, The Berkeley Group are working with the UK’s Solarcentury, PV system designers and installers to be part of the growing solar revolution in the UK. They have joined other household names such as npower, JCDecaux, Orange and Sainsbury’s who are increasingly seeing the value added benefits of going solar.
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