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Salhouse Solar Farm (Solar , Active) Location in the UK : England, salhouse
Type of installation: Solar on/offshore: on
Solar Panels :20000 Capacity : 0 MW
Acreage:27 or approx Hectares : 10.8
Approx Date of 1st power generation: October 2015
SALHOUSE planning Application
Development of a 5MWp Solar Farm
SALHOUSE solar farm approved by Broadland District Council
Plans for a solar farm, have been approved by Broadland District Council.
The 20,000 panels, equivalent in area to 18 football pitches, will be erected in a field just outside SALHOUSE.
Norfolk and Suffolk could become solar energy capital
consent to build two solar farms: a £1.75 million scheme at Muck Lane, SALHOUSE, near Norwich and an £8.5m project at Airfield Farm, Snetterton.
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Data last updated: 9/2/2016
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