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UK solar PV industry reaches 5GW installed capacity

UK solar PV industry reaches 5GW installed capacity

According to the latest weekly analysis by NPD Solarbuzz on UK PV market deployment, the UK’s cumulative capacity has now reached 5GW.

This makes the UK only the sixth country to have more than 5GW capacity. Germany remains the undisputed leader with more than 36GW. China, Japan, Italy and the US each have more than 10GW installed.

Feed-in Tariff for Solar PV Remains the same until January 2015

Feed-in Tariff for Solar PV Remains the same until January 2015

All feed-in tariff levels for solar PV will remain the same from 1 October 2014 to 31 December 2014.  

Ofgem confirmed that deployment in all feed-in tariff trigger bands fell short of enacting an automatic degression, meaning that all FiT rates will remain the same until 1 January 2015.

Apple eyes solar to power the cloud and iPhone 6 sapphire manufacturing

Apple eyes solar to power the cloud and iPhone 6 sapphire manufacturing

The skies are threatening to pour on the Apple solar farm but as the woman in-charge of the company’s environmental initiatives points out: the panels are still putting out some power. Apple is still greening its act.

Renewable energy contributes 14.9% UK electricity in 2013

Renewable energy contributes 14.9% UK electricity in 2013

Renewables accounted for 14.9% of UK electricty generated in 2013, up from 11.3% in 2012, according to the latest statistics released on Thursday.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change’s (DECC) report found a 30% increase in electricity generation rfom clean sources to to 53.7TWh.

Solar PV and solar heat contributed 3.3% of the total renewable energy mix across all sectors, including heat and transport.

SMA Solar's Sunny Island hybrid inverter gains G59/2 accreditation

SMA Solar's Sunny Island hybrid inverter gains G59/2 accreditation

Inverter manufacturer SMA Solar has revealed that its Sunny Island range of inverters with built-in storage have received G59/2 accreditation.

The accreditation allows the inverter range to be used in self consumption and/or energy storage systems in the UK.

EC Guidelines on state aid could prevent states from reaching renewable targets

The latest draft guidelines on state aid by the European Commission have drawn criticism from the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA), claiming they could “constrain member states’ capabilities to reach their 2020 binding renewable targets”.

Hitting 2020 Renewables targets at the lowest cost

Hitting 2020 Renewables targets at the lowest cost

The government is seeking ways to minimise the cost of hitting the renewable targets within the £7.6 billion budget set out in the Levy Control Framework (LCF) and effectively puts a price on CO2 emissions.

The LCF controls the maximum costs that can be added to electricity bills for renewables.

Solar power 'could provide 40% of UK energy'

Millions of homes in the UK could have solar panels installed by 2020, according to a new report by Imperial College London.

Europe's 40% emissions cuts target has set the course for a low-carbon future

Europe's 40% emissions cuts target has set the course for a low-carbon future

When leading economist Jeffrey Sachs gives three cheers for the new new EU climate and energy policy for 2030, there are reasons for us to be proud.

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