Inside Clean Energy

Volume two of Inside Clean Energy uncovers just where the UK’s clean energy sector stands post-Brexit, particularly on the policy front as the industry gets to grips with a new government, new department and new ministers. Other features in this issue include advice on how to crack into the burgeoning EV charger market, analysis of how distributors have fared amidst the subsidy overhaul and an update on the Irish solar market. Ricardo Pineiro also takes us behind the scenes at Foresight Solar, and Poweri’s Chris Roberts has some cautionary words of advice for storage installers using the term ‘plug and play’. Inside Clean Energy volume two is the Solar Energy UK | Clean Energy Live 2016 edition, and readers can find all the information they need ahead of this year’s exhibition, taking place 4 – 6 October at Birmingham’s NEC.

Volume 02 | September 2016 front cover
Inside Clean Energy volume two – OUT NOW

Inside Clean Energy volume two – OUT NOW

21 Sep 2016, 09:33

Volume two of Inside Clean Energy, the new magazine for professionals of the UK’s clean energy supply chain, is available to download for free now.

Feature
Guest blog

Solar O&M: Flying into the future

1 Sep 2016, 11:08 • By John Whiten
Solar O&M: Flying into the future

John Whiten, chief operations officer at cutting-edge drone developers Cleandrone, discusses what solar-focused drones could be capable of in the future and what regulatory obstacles will have to be surpassed for them to do so.

Feature
Guest blog

Twelve tips to successful diversification

11 Aug 2016, 10:08 • By Chris Jardine
Twelve tips to successful diversification

Chris Jardine, technical director at Joju Solar, discusses how renewables installers can best diversify in the current climate and notes some particular pitfalls to avoid.

Falling short – the road to 2020

Falling short – the road to 2020

4 Aug 2016, 14:45
• By David Pratt

Following the vote to leave Europe and its struggles to deploy renewable in heat and transport, the UK’s ability to meet 2020 EU targets is looking grim. David Pratt tracks the country’s progress to date and asks if the new government will still be committed post-Brexit.

Editor's blog
Breaking the cost curve

Breaking the cost curve

27 Jul 2016, 18:00
• By Liam Stoker

The cost of solar technology continues to fall across the world, yet figures released by DECC this summer showed a surprise increase in the average cost of solar installs, particularly within the domestic band. Liam Stoker investigates the causes and implications of the increase.