Solar panel scheme, costing £1.2m, completed in Ipswich

The solar panels in Ipswich The massive solar panel project is at Ransomes Europark in Ipswich

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A £1.2m scheme to fit 2,200 solar panels at a site in Suffolk has been completed.

Going Solar has fitted panels on to a series of roofs that cover the same area as a football pitch at Debach Enterprises in Ipswich.

Up to 440,000 kW hours of electricity will be generated annually by the panels.

It will not only provide free power to the warehouse, but also export power back to the grid to supply 100 homes.

Going Solar, based in Neen Sollars, Shropshire, specialises in providing large solar systems and renewable energy systems for businesses and organisations.

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