This guidance covers the issues associated with installing solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on a historic building or on the land of a historic site.
This submission repeats much of our 2017 submission given no progress has been made to remove barriers to solar power, most of which fall under the Treasury’s remit. Since then deployment in solar PV has fallen to an eight-year low, with just 200MW of deployment expected for 2018 – a fall of 95% compared to 2015. The largest companies are now struggling to maintain an installer base. The need for a fair and level playing field for solar is urgent.
We strongly disagree with and are concerned about the extent to which the proposal to end the export tariff in addition to the feed-in-tariff is already destabilising the solar industry.
We welcome the opportunity to comment on the future for small-scale low-carbon generation, of which solar and its associated technologies – such as battery storage – play an integral role.
We welcome the opportunity to comment on a key decision within the smart meter roll out and the implications this will have for solar homes and businesses.
This document aims to provide best practice health & safety guidelines for those carrying out aerial inspections of commercial scale solar installations in the UK.
This document aims to provide best practice guidelines for those cleaning or managing the cleaning of commercial scale solar installations in the UK and ROI.
STA members remain committed to ensuring planning conditions have been met, and that good stewardship of the land is followed throughout.
You can take a look at the agenda for our upcoming O&M and Asset Management conference on 6 December 2018 here
A guide on managing network constraints on solar PV generation