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Blenheim Palace will save more than £19,000 a year by installing the Archimedean Screw to generate power

His Grace, The Duke of Marlborough with Henry Reily-Collins, chief engineer at Hallidays, switching on the new hydroelectric plant at Blenheim Palace

His Grace, The Duke of Marlborough with Henry Reily-Collins, chief engineer at Hallidays, switching on the new hydroelectric plant at Blenheim Palace

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