Decc shines new light on solar PV
Around 250,000 hectares of south-facing roofs on commercial buildings in the UK could soon be producing electricity from solar photovoltaic (PV) panels under government plans to boost onsite energy generation and move away from large solar farmsAccording to energy minister Greg Barker, the government’s latest solar PV strategy, which supports the roadmap published in October, “clears the way for widespread use of mid-scale solar by using spa
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