The farm, which is now connected to other nearby solar and wind farms, was built in the countryside in Oxfordshire, England, and can now begin supplying electricity to more than 4,000 homes for at least 25 years, according to the news source.
The technology used embraces state-of-the-art photovoltaic panels that stretch across an area more than eight football fields long, which features 23,000 of the panels.
The solar farm will be the main topic of Britain's largest community cooperative scheme, which will give local residents and various other shareholders ownership of the project, as was done with the Westmill Wind Farm in 2007, when 2,500 residents raised about $8 million to help build the turbines.
Currently, the UK is home to 306 wind energy projects that generate 5,737,595 megawatts of power. The country has reduced its carbon dioxide emissions by 6,483,712 tons by using wind energy, according to RenewableUK.