A new renewable power site that has been proposed in Croft may help to deliver cheap energy to the area if approved by the local authority.
The East Coast Target reports how Juwi Renewable Energies Limited has submitted plans for a solar park on the land at The Hollies.
East Lindsey District Council has been presented with plans for construction of the site, which would see 42,000 photovoltaic cells harness the power of the sun to create energy.
Chairman of Lincolnshire County Council's Environmental Scrutiny Committee Colin Davie said: "We believe Lincolnshire should press ahead on renewables in the right location and we favour solar over wind any day of the week."
The site of the solar park would be a 35-hectare area of grade-three agricultural land that is expected to be completely screened from passersby.
Juwi entered the UK market in November 2010 and has been developing free-fields and roof-top solar installations in the renewable market.
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