The Anonymous Widower

STEAG Advances Plans For 55MW Norfolk Solar Plant With Battery Storage

The title of this post, is the same as that of this article on Business Green.

It is very much a standard solar farm with a battery and provided everything is installed properly, there shouldn’t be to much adverse effects on wildlife and especially, East Anglia’s magnificent hares.

This article on the Solar Power Portal is entitled Solar Farms and Biodiversity.

This is a paragraph.

The point is that all sorts of wildlife move onto solar sites, from hares and hedgehogs, buzzards and butterflies, grasshoppers and beetles; other protected species such as Hazel Dormouse – all continue their ways along the hedgerows uninterrupted.

Hopefully, if the rules are followed at King’s Lynn, the hares will thrive.

February 14, 2022 - Posted by | Energy, Energy Storage | , , ,

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