Historic Liverpool Company Installs 19.50kWp Solar PV System

Renewable specialist, TGE Group has been appointed by RS Clare, Liverpool’s oldest manufacturing business, to design and install renewable technologies for the business’s head office in Stanhope Street. 

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Norwegian Crystals “NOOR” PV Modules Available In The UK

Norwegian Crystals, the solar company based in Norway, which produces high-quality ingots and wafers, is now making available its own premium “Noor” 280 Wp mono-crystalline all-black solar modules through distribution partners in the UK.

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Five Star Has 250kW Photovoltaic System Installed On Factory Roof

Five Star Fish has joined forces with specialist energy and carbon consultancy Norse Energy to deliver a new solar energy scheme.

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Lark Energy Sets Up New Commercial Rooftop Business

Lark Energy has set up a new company to focus on its commercial solar activities.  Lark Energy Commercial will build on the parent company’s significant experience in the commercial, agricultural and public sectors. 

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Forrest Completes £1.5m Solar Installation for United Utilities

Forrest has completed a £1.5 million solar panel installation at Fleetwood Water Treatment Works (WTW) on behalf of United Utilities.

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Magnetar Solar (UK) Purchases Solar Farm Portfolio from Solarcentury

Solarcentury today announced that Magnetar Solar (UK) Ltd has purchased Solarcentury’s 71MWp pipeline of solar PV projects, and has selected Solarcentury to build an additional 40MWp of projects for Magnetar Solar.

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BayWa r.e. Buy Out Metgen Ltd

BayWa r.e. has announced the buyout of Hampshire based solar PV wholesaler Metgen Ltd. The technically strong, and customer focused Metgen have chosen BayWa r.e. as a natural successor to continue it’s operations.

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IRENA Says Solar PV Leading Falling Renewable Energy Costs

The cost of generating power from renewable energy sources has reached parity or dropped below the cost of fossil fuels for many technologies in many parts of the world, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) revealed in a new report today.

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RES’ First UK Solar Farm Starts to Export Electricity to Grid

RES has started 2015 by celebrating the completion of its first solar farm in the UK. Four Burrows Solar Farm near Truro, Cornwall, became fully operational on Monday 12 January following a six month construction period with EPC contractor Oskomera, culminating in the successful commissioning of the project.

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STA Amends Influential 10 Commitments on Solar Farms to Include Community Investment Offer

The Solar Trade Association has revised its influential ‘10 Commitments' [1] on the development of solar farms to support the Department for Energy and Climate Change's push for greater levels of local and community ownership.

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