UK Government Report: £11.4 billion invested on solar PV since 2010

The UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) released last week the third investment report titled Delivering UK Energy Investment: Low Carbon Energy highlighting the success in the low carbon energy sectors which has made the UK low carbon energy landscape attractive to investors from the UK and abroad.

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UK Solar Trade Association launches new branch in Scotland

UK’s  Solar Trade Association (STA), which speaks on behalf of the UK solar energy industry, have launched a new Scotland branch, which is set to become the leading voice for solar in Scotland, advising and developing policy with the Scottish Government and raising awareness of the benefits of solar.

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UK Businesses can now move solar panels and keep their tariff

U.K. Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) announced yesterday that businesses can now take their solar panels with them when they relocate, allowing them to continue to reap the benefits of lower energy bills.

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Primrose Solar connects UK’s largest & greenest solar farm to the grid


The Southwick Estate Solar Farm in Hampshire, U.K., has been connected to the grid and is now generating enough renewable electricity to supply the equivalent of approximately 14,500 average homes.

Owned and operated by UK-based Primrose Solar, the 48 MW Solar Farm is currently the largest & greenest solar farm operating in the U.K.

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Oxford Photovoltaics secures £8m funding to develop and commercialise perovskite solar technology

Oxford Photovoltaics, the pioneering UK solar technology company, today announces that it has raised a first-tranche B round of over £8 million from a variety of new and existing investors.

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