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Daily Bulletin

Issue 3285


Tom Lawson Writer

Swansea gains £36mn government funding for clean energy construction innovation Chancellor Philip Hammond announced on Wednesday 19 September that more than £36mn is being provided to a consortium led by Swansea University to develop building materials which generate electricity. The technology uses light and heat to generate energy which is then released using a smart energy system, a HM Treasury statement said. It added that the materials could replace conventional walls, windows and roofs and has the potential to ...

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