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Birmingham City Council has plans to generate its own electricity. Harking back to the days of Joseph Chamberlain, the idea is supported by deputy council leader Paul Tilsley, who says that the use of solar panels could make this a reality.
There are already more concrete plans to generate power going on next to the Sack of Potatoes pub in Gosta Green. And I mean ‘concrete’ both metaphorically and literally.
Few people appear to have heard of this exciting development. Yet with £16.5M of EU money, our very own Professor Andreas Hornung is pioneering a revolutionary carbon-negative process under the auspices of the European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI).
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