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The Highways Agency is placing solar panels on south facing noise reduction fences along the M27 as part of a trial to test how they could be used to supply power to England's motorways. The £190,000 project will run for 12 months and test driver reaction to the panels, the best angle for maximum exposure, value for money and the best method for connecting them into the grid.