Brighton and Hove, on the south coast of England, has made public plans for a wide-ranging green energy project. It’s goal is to enhance the use of renewable sources in the area. This will be a first of its kind, district-owned environmental scheme in the city. It is called the Brighton Energy Co-Operative.
The plan is for sets of solar panels to be fitted to the roofs of buildings in different parts of Brighton. For instance, panels will be fixed to structures at the industrial and retail epicentre Shoreham Port. The scheme also proposes installing photovoltaic panels on the City Coast Church and St Georges Church.
The buildings will then have the capacity to generate clean electricity for over twenty years. They have the ability to provide equivalent energy for around forty households and save over a thousand tons of CO2 emissions. The scheme is seen as a massive boost to the production of renewable resources in Brighton and Hove.
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