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The listed, Chippenham-based company, aims to lower UK carbon emissions by developing and distributing renewable energy.
This latest permissions follows swiftly on the heels of the nod to build a 1.4MW solar farm near Bude, Cornwall, and a 30MW solar site in Pembrokeshire.
Founder and chief executive Juliet Davenport said: “Each solar farm that gains consent gives the potential for more renewable electricity to be produced here in the UK.
“The sites will see benefits to local people via a community fund and the surrounding environment with a bespoke ecological plan.
“The directors are considering the options for the delivery of this project.”