The Government and Ofgem have today confirmed their commitment to the creation of a smarter energy system with the publication of their Smart Power call for evidence.
A detailed new analysis shows that the standard method for financing large scale solar PV schemes in the UK is no longer economically viable.
21 organisations have backed a letter to Baroness Neville-Rolfe, Minister of State for Energy and Intellectual Property, urging her to retain solar thermal within the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
The National Audit Office has today published its report on the Levy Control Framework (LCF), which controls expenditure on low carbon power generation.
The report by the Adam Smith Institute on solar power seriously misrepresents this extraordinary technology and appears deliberately designed to do so.
The Solar Trade Association is the UK’s representative for the LabelPack A+ project, funded by the EU-Commission.
A new report for the Solar Trade Association has, for the first time, quantified the cost of integrating solar into the UK power market, both today and in a 2030 scenario where solar provides over 10% of annual UK electricity.
But concern over 6-8 fold tax hike for business solar rooftops The draft rateable values for 2017 for all properties that pay business rates are published on the VOA website today  so companies can see how their properties have been valued. Included within the figures published is an unexpected sharp hike in the solar part of business rates for organisations …
Following a year of analysis and detailed discussions with members, the Solar Trade Association (STA) has published its position paper on the interaction between solar and energy storage, entitled “Solar + Storage Opportunities”
The new Policy Exchange report ‘Too Hot to Handle?’ highlights how extensively Government needs to act to decarbonise heat if the UK is to meet its legally binding carbon targets.