The Labour Party has pledged to install solar power hubs on 2,000 buildings around the country if elected in December. These hubs will be on public spaces like libraries, community centres and one stop shops, and form a key part of the party’s Green Industrial Revolution. It says that the hubs will be able to save £3,000 on their bills every year on average, as well as being able to export power to the grid, providing an estimated additional income of £1,080 a year. Subsequently, the participating community hubs will be £8.2 million better off a year, the party has said.
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Labour has announced plans to install thousands of solar panels on libraries, community centres, and other public buildings across the country if its wins the General Election, claiming the move would both cut council energy bills and provide millions of pounds of income for public facilities each year. As part of its proposed ‘Green Industrial Revolution’, the Party today said it would install ‘solar power hubs’ in 2,000 public spaces, saving each site an estimated £3,000 a year on their energy bills.
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