There was no announcement today from the Chancellor to drop business rate hikes of up to 800%…
It’s budget day! The STA has been arguing for nine months against extreme business rate rises for organisations using their own rooftop solar. Will the Chancellor do the right thing today?
Key measures the solar industry is looking out for in the Spring Budget tomorrow: Exempt Microgeneration and Rooftop Cells and Solar from Business Rates The STA delivered a 200,000+
IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 2 March 2017 Photos will be available for download here. This morning children from Eleanor Palmer Primary school in Camden, London, visited the Treasury to deliver a petition from 200,000 people asking the Treasury to drop a business rate tax hike that threatens their school solar project. Waving a large sunshine and solar panel artwork, the children represented …
Solar has an important role to play in meeting Scottish renewable and emissions targets
Cheaper, cleaner energy possible, if Government removes barriers to storage and places stronger incentives on network operators.
Following a concerted effort by the Solar Trade Association (STA) the Government has dropped plans to remove solar thermal from the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
The Solar Trade Association (STA) has signed an agreement to lease part of RenewableUK’s offices.
Over 160 NGOs, schools, academics, energy providers and public institutions ask the Chancellor to stop the proposed rise in business rates for solar panels.
The Chancellor Philip Hammond MP made no mention of climate change, the Paris Agreement, or renewable energy in his Autumn Statement today.