An online consultation is open on the plans.
The solar farm would be put on a site near Bar Hill
The solar plant would take up much of the rural landscape
Two MPs joined forces to oppose plans for a solar farm on a 2,700-acre site on the Cambridgeshire and Suffolk border.
The MPs write to Sunnica to set out their opposition to a planned 2,700-acre solar farm in its current form.
A village south of Norwich could become a site of a new solar farm capable of generating enough power for more than 14,000 homes.
Developers of what would be the UK’s biggest solar farm planned for the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border have been asked to provide more detail on the proposals – amid serious concerns over its impact.
If built, the solar farm could be Europe’s largest but locals fear its environmental impact.
There has been a renewed surge of interest in large and lucrative solar energy projects in East Anglia – but landowners should be wary of the potential pitfalls says JAMIE SEAMAN, a land agent in the Norwich office of Brown and Co.
Image of Dr Qian Wang courtesy University of Cambridge Thursday, August 20, 2020 Researchers here have developed a stand-alone device that converts sunlight, carbon dioxide and water into a carbon-neutral fuel, without requiring any additional components or electricity. The device is a significant step toward achieving artificial photosynthesis – a process mimicking the ability of…