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A greener greenhouse: solar panels trialled on Wimbledon berries farm
by Alex Lawson, Energy correspondent
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15 June 2022
On 15 June 2022 The Guardian reported:
Tennis fans tucking into strawberries at Wimbledon this month may find their fruit has an unusual origin -- a solar-powered greenhouse. Transparent panels have been attached to the sides of glasshouses in Kent as part of a trial to build up solar power supplies without using more land. Hugh Lowe Farms, which supplies fruit to the annual tennis tournament and major supermarkets, is hosting the study by researchers at the University of Greenwich.
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... The idea may also appease residents who object to the sight of solar panels covering the countryside, and allow farmers to use space that might have been allocated for panels to grow crops.
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