UK solar capacity must treble by 2030 to align with net-zero target
The UK's solar energy capacity must treble over the next decade for the country to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, but is only set to double under a business-as-usual scenario.That is according to new report by Solar Energy UK, which outlines the policy and regulatory changes required to deliver the 40GW of operational solar capacity needed by the end of the decade. These
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