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Solar PV subsidies to end at the beginning of 2019

The latest news from BEIS was vague to say the least but there were some definitve statements in particular around the Feed-in Tariff and the Export Tariff, both of which are to be removed from being applicable to new installations after April…
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Phasing Out Of The Feed-in Tariff Subsidies

The Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme is a government programme designed to promote the uptake of small-scale renewable and low-carbon electricity generation technologies.   The FIT scheme is available for anyone who has installed, or is…
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Queen Elizabeth II Reservoir to hold the largest floating solar system

Europes biggest floating Solar PV system is to set sail on the Queen Elizabeth II Reservoir in London this will include more that 23,000 panels on the reservoir.
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Is Solar still a viable option?

The UK solar industry is rallying after the drastic cuts made by the government in 2015.
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Ireland in green jerseys AND a green stadium!

Ireland are now the greenest team in the Six Nations in every way.
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World's Largest Offshore Wind Farm Given the Go-Ahead

Hornsea Project One will be roughly 75 miles from the Yorkshire coast line and will cover an area of nearly 160 square miles and consisting of around 170 Siemens manufactured 7MW turbines.
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Power Shortfall for Winter 2016?

2015 had a wild but mild winter, however the National Grid is already preparing for power blackouts or brownouts in winter 2016.
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Closing Quarter Massive for Solar

DECC have announced that there were 65,000 solar installs between October and December 2015.
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Dulas completes 2.5MW array at Welsh water treatment works

Renewables developer Dulas has completed the second phase of work to install a 2.5MW project at a water treatment facility in Wrexham, Wales. The firm had already installed nearly 8,000 solar panels at D?r Cymru Welsh Water’s Five Fords…

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