The Queen’s First Solar Roofing Plant to be Built in Britain: What’s Next?

A solar roofing plant in north London, the Queen’s first, will have the capacity to generate 100MW of electricity in the next year, according to The Sun, which is based in the UK.

The facility will be the first of its kind in Britain.

It is part of the Queen Elizabeth II Solar Energy Mission, which aims to install solar panels in every square kilometer of the UK by 2030.

The project was unveiled on January 8, and will produce about 50MW of energy, the largest solar project in the world, according a press release.

The Queen will use the facility to test new technologies to power the country.

“The sun is the most powerful force on Earth, and solar energy is just the latest form of harnessing the sun’s energy,” said the Queen.

“This new plant will be able to harness the energy of the sun to create clean, green energy and harness its energy for the betterment of our world.”

Solar panels are designed to produce power with zero carbon emissions.

In addition to providing a means to generate energy, they can be used to generate power when needed.

The Queen has used solar panels for a number of different projects in the past, including the Royal Garden at Windsor Castle, and a number on her own property in Windsor.

While the solar project is the first in Britain, it is far from the only solar project planned for the country, according, The Sun.

A number of other projects are being built to supply energy to the country by 2025, including a 300MW solar farm that will be installed at an undisclosed location in the United Kingdom.