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Sunna is a French SME which designs and manufactures innovative solar street lights. The company is committed to bring light to everyone, everywhere, in a reliable and durable way, with no grid and no electricity bill.

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Pühajärve Spa and Holiday Resort has built a new environment-friendly heating system – the building is heated with wood and water with solar panels.

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Solease specialises in the lease of solar panels to private homeowners. You pay a fixed monthly fee, and from day one it is cheaper than your current electricity bill. So, no long payback periods and no need to worry about monitoring, maintenance, and repairs.

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Berlin-based Sonnenrepublik invented the innovative Clicc solar system which consists of a small solar panel that fits basic devices and is available in many colours. It's a solar emergency power bank to take wherever you go.

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Friska have been working from the beginning to green their business model down to the ground. Sustainability backed by zero landfill waste, 100 percent renewable energy and only the tastiest, locally sourced, free range food.

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60% of Weidenaar’s energy use is generated by the company itself, by producing renewable energy from solar panels and combined heat and power (CHP).

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Specialist renovation specialist, Interior Concepts, reduced their bills and carbon footprint by taking up a local energy efficiency financing plan to invest in solar panels.

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From cooking fat to power: Scottish marketing company EAE Ltd switches to biodiesel fuelled vehicles and transforms their business model

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M. Mandalakas S.A., an established Greek textile industry installed a 100kW photovoltaic (PV) system in its plant roof.

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Bio-bean is a green enterprise turning coffee grounds into fuel.

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