Football clubs look to recycled car batteries to power floodlights

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Six European football stadiums are looking to roll out renewable systems, says Eaton

Six European football stadiums are experimenting with deploying used car batteries to power their floodlights. The battery packs, comprised of used electric car batteries, are being supplied by ...

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