The Guardian reported last week that the developers of the Cleve Hill Project hope to lay solar panels across 890 acres of farmland near the village of Graveney in Kent.
There is mixed opinion about the planned development, which would become the biggest of its kind in the UK and provide a boost to the industry that has seen the Feed-In-Tariffs cut.
However, the fact that this development is now on the cards is testament to Solar PV technology improvements and manufacturing processes, making Solar PV viable without subsidies, which is good news for consumers and the environment.
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