Southampton catches some rays

10th May 2012


Southampton City Council has installed more than 700 solar panels to its buildings as it seeks to reduce energy costs and cut carbon

Karl Limbert, director for infrastructure and strategy, makes it clear that Southampton City Council is a progressive organisation and sustainability is high up on its agenda. “We want to lead by exam

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