Solar Power Portal runs through the nominations for this year’s Commercial Renewable Heat Project award.
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.
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.
The University of the West of England (UWE) has announced plans to increase the capacity of its roof-mounted solar array to 450kWp, plans which it says would make it the largest rooftop array in the UK’s University market.
Ofgem has announced the 50,000th installation of a renewable heat incentive-accredited system, yet the future shape of the scheme remains unclear.
The UK will miss its legally binding targets for renewable energy according to the National Grid, which has claimed the progress required to meet the EU-set goals is beyond what can be achieved.