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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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From sustainability solutions in operation for decades, to the green core-values of its founders, Belgium’s Brabantia manufacturing plant has pushed over and above EU environmental regulations to make quality, environmentally friendly consumer products which are “Designed for Living”.

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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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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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Family run salon, Elan Hair Design, has undergone a green refurbishment programme to install renewable energy, increase recycling and source products from sustainable sources.

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

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European football stadium aims to become a zero-energy building.

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