The Solar Commission is a unique partnership of leading academics, system operators and industry, supported by UKERC and managed by Regen. The aim of the Commission is to examine areas where the UK could use its scientific and technical capabilities to play a leading role in the innovation and industrial strategy opportunities being created by the rapid, global emergence of solar PV as a major form of power generation.
A compilation of Best Practice guidance resources developed by the O&M Working Group during 2017-18.
Project led by Ypatios Moysiadis (prev. Co-Chair), with the generous support of Greensolver Ltd.
Citizen’s Advice Scotland has produced the following report in lieu of widespread mis-selling by HELMS.
Large companies are increasingly setting the agenda for the growth of renewable energy across the globe.
This guidance covers the issues associated with installing solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on a historic building or on the land of a historic site.
The current study offers an update of the 2015 research, taking into account recent evolutions in the Solar PV sector. It aims at contributing to the policy process by making credible data at European level more available
There are two types of metering that can be required under the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme
the Government published a consultation on changes to the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
The European Union is the world leader in solar in terms of total installed capacity having in 2016 just crossed the historic milestone of 100GW of solar PV, up from just 3GW ten years earlier in 2006.
With many countries reliant on costly energy imports and unsustainable fossil fuels, investment in renewables is now double that of coal and gas combined.