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UK demand for solar power passes 1GW mark

August 30, 2013, Leave your thoughts

New research from NPD Solarbuzz has revealed that the UK yearly demand for solar power has exceeded the 1GW mark for the first time.  The solar market research and analysis company suggested that the new findings have placed the UK […]

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Food production to be unaffected by solar farms

August 28, 2013, Leave your thoughts

UK-based solar farms will have very minimal impact on food production, new research from Lightsource Renewable Energy has revealed.  With solar farms expected to be more common across the country, following recent calls from energy and climate change minister Greg […]

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UK growth in solar installations holds steady

August 27, 2013, Leave your thoughts

The numbers of solar panels installed on properties throughout the UK is now experiencing steady growth, despite a recent drop in installations following the surge in uptake following the change in the feed-in tariff rates at the end of July.  […]

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Nottinghamshire colliery set for solar

August 23, 2013, Leave your thoughts

A new solar farm development will soon be featured on a former colliery site in Nottinghamshire, the local council has revealed.  Gedling Colliery will be the home of the 5MW generation site, which will help to create enough energy to […]

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World energy needs exceed supplies

August 21, 2013, Leave your thoughts

Yesterday (August 20th) marked the estimated moment where Earth's annual demand for resources exceeds what can possibly be renewed in a year.  The Global Footprint Network, an international sustainability think tank based in California, Europe and Japan, named August 20th […]

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UK set for climate change "postcode lottery"

August 19, 2013, Leave your thoughts

Regions in the UK could face a "postcode lottery" when it comes to how prepared they are for the impact of climate change. A recent study from scientists at Newcastle University has suggested that where you live in the country […]

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