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Schools with solar panels face £1.8m bill due to business rates rise

Published on Tuesday 7th of March 2017 11:54:42 AM in Guardian

New research suggests schools in England and Wales which have solar panels installed will be landed with a £1.8m bill because of business rate changes that have been branded ludicrous and nonsensical.More than 1,000 schools installed solar power in recent years to address climate change, educate ...

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