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Solar-powered streetlights to be trialled

Solar-powered streetlights could feature on the streets of the district if a trial by Tendring District Council is successful.

The council plans to install 23 LED lights on seven Jaywick roads by the end of the year, and will look to replace a further 168 lights with the zero-emission and lower-maintenance alternatives if all goes well. Most streetlights in the district are the responsibility of Essex County Council.

Tendring is also looking to install more electric vehicle charging points  in its car parks and considering environmentally-friendly fuel – such as waste vegetable oil – as a cleaner alternative to diesel for its fleet of vehicles

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