We see it as important that export HHS is included within the remit of the market-wide HHS reforms being proposed. Both the benefits of doing so as well as the negatives of it not being included would significantly impact the industry.
We agree with many elements of the assessment as set out by Baringa Partners LLP (2018) of the case for change to network access and forward-looking charging arrangements. Nonetheless, certain proposed reforms carry a variety of concerns.
Although we support this proposal in principle, we do not view it as necessary at this time. We are concerned that the proposed criteria for the derogation may be inadequately defined, and may not reflect the current realities on the ground for our industry.
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.
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.