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Positive News: how small businesses can benefit from installing solar panels

The team at Positive News recently interviewed Simon Nicholls, managing director of UK renewable energy developer Olympus Power, about how small businesses could benefit from installing solar panels on their rooftops.

The interview covers: likely installation costs, payback times, building requirements, and more.

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