Mass solar panel installation on Nottingham social housing – big picture

The mass installation on 600 homes in Broxtowe and Aspley is one of the largest to be carried out in the UK in a single domestic scheme. The energy savings are thought to total around £72,000 a year. The solar industry said the government’s plans to cut feed-in tariffs by over 50% in the next six weeks would devastate the number of installations on homes, schools and small businesses

mass installation of solar panels onto residents houses, Broxtone, Nottingham

Aerial photography over Aspley and Broxtowe areas of Nottingham showing the mass installation of solar panels onto residents houses. Image shows houses around Fenwick Close (centre) and Coleby Road area of Broxtowe with the panels on the roofs.
The Guardian

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/picture/2011/nov/08/solar-panel-nottingham-big-picture?INTCMP=SRCH

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