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Labour Party Wants 35 GW Solar Capacity By 2030

You may be interested to read the “Expert briefing note for Labour on wind, solar and energy efficiency” published this month. Amongst many things, it states what the Labour party feels is achievable in respect of solar capacity in the … Continue reading

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Import Restrictions Relaxed On Chinese Solar Panels

A few days ago, the European Union announced that import tariffs on the import of solar panels from China were being lifted. These tariffs were introduced around 5 years ago so had been in place for an awful long time. … Continue reading

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High Percentage Of People Would Like Solar Panels Installed

A survey has recently been completed by YouGov on behalf of Client Earth and the results have been published this month. The report is entitled “ Client Earth’s Climate Snapshot and reveals that a large percentage of people taking part … Continue reading

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What Can Solar Panels Be Used For?

As you are no doubt aware, solar panels are used to help generate electricity that is usually used in homes and business premises to provide power for things like lighting, electrical appliances, heating the home and the water. However, over … Continue reading

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Proposal To Close Feed-In Tariffs Scheme

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has recently published the Consultation on the Feed-In Tariffs Scheme in which it proposes that the above scheme will be closed to new applicants from the 1st April 2019. Apparently, the Government … Continue reading

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Google To Assist Homeowners To Establish If Solar Panels Are Of Benefit

Google is involved in so many projects and has recently announced a service that may prove of benefit to some homeowners in various parts of the UK who are considering having solar panels installed. It is called Project Sunroof and … Continue reading

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Premier Inn To Install More Solar Panels

Many of you may have spent the night at a Premier Inn with numerous such properties located in various parts of the UK. Over the years, the well known TV star Sir Lenworth George Henry better known by he name … Continue reading

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Large Solar Panel Plant For Mexico

Readers will be interested to hear that a huge solar panel plant has been inaugurated in Mexico that, when completed, will be the largest in the Americas. The plant was inaugurated by Enel Green Power Mexico on the 22nd March … Continue reading

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Solar Power When It Rains

It is believed that more energy is generated by solar panels when the sun is shining as the sun’s rays help produce electricity than when the skies are clouded over making it a dull day or when it is dark. … Continue reading

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Slow Growth In UK Solar Panel Installations

Figures for the deployment of solar photovoltaic panel installations here in the UK published by the Government indicate slow growth but at least there continues to be take up of solar power. It has to be said that we do … Continue reading

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