The large-scale solar gold rush draws to an end

The installed capacity of photovoltaic solar power in the UK doubled in the three months to June in the rush to complete projects before the reduction in Feed-in Tariffs on 1 August.

The tariff will drop from 29.3p per kWh to 8.5p per KwH on 1 August and solar plant developers have just this weekend to complete large projects in order to benefit from higher tariffs.

Statistics released by DECC show that there was a 56% rise to 121.6 megawatts (MW) between March and June and 18 times more capacity than a year previously.Read the full article on Energy & Environment management website

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