A letter penned by energy supplier Bulb and signed by over 30 industry organisations is calling on the government to reduce VAT rates for green technologies, including solar and energy storage.
Speaking to Solar Power Portal, RWG Consulting's Will Grafton explained what causes systems to underperform, and how to get the most out of older systems.
Of the 100,000 new jobs to result from the Green Homes Grant, only 14,500 of these have been created to date.
Further calls have come in ahead of next week’s Budget for the Chancellor to not curtail the Green Homes Grant scheme.
The Green Homes Grant is to reportedly be shuttered in March, less than a year after it first began operation.
The Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA) is calling on the government to reverse the decision to not rollover unspent Green Homes Grant funding into 2021/22.
Any of the initial £2 billion promised for the Green Homes Grant that goes unspent this year will not be rolled over.
Energy storage firm AceOn has joined a call to reverse changes to VAT for the technology that came into effect in 2019.
Modelling as part of the government’s long-awaited energy white paper shows that between 80-120GW of new solar could be needed by 2050 in higher scenarios.
Few could fault the government for rallying behind clean energy funding where others demur but are vague or localised measures enough for a world with 12 years left to limit global warming?
Policy and market signals could pave way for clean energy purchase boom led by solar PV but getting smaller corporates on board will be challenging, London event hears.
The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) is the latest to join a slew of calls for the proposed solar VAT hike to be scrapped.
The UK has once again slipped down international rankings for attractive renewable energy markets after the new government’s decisions to close Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and approve Hinkley Point C “dealt a blow” to the country’s prospects.