Horne, Suzie
November 2014
Farmers Weekly;11/21/2014, Vol. 162 Issue 18, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a new project called Farm Power Initiative developed for benefits of farm-based renewable energy generation in Great Britain. Topics of the initiative include energy generation potential in Great Britain farms ranged between 10 gega watt (GW) and 20GW, 76 percent respondents of the survey of farmers by the periodical believe that renewable energy could have greater impact in their business and views of Ian Watt from sustainability charity Forum for the Future.


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