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Solar Trade Association (STA)


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Solar electricity almost doubled last year

Official Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) figures show solar electricity generation almost doubled over the course of last year, with almost 5GW of capacity at the end of 2014 up from 2.8GW at the end of 2013. This is enough power to supply the equivalent of 1.5million homes.

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National Grid told to revise solar power figures

The Solar Trade Association is calling for the National Grid to look again at its predictions for solar power in coming decades

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Over 150 businesses tell Cameron: back British solar industry

A coalition of over 150 businesses from the solar industry and beyond have come together to warn David Cameron of the threat to Britain’s thriving solar industry

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Budget 2013: What those in the FM industry are saying

Good or bad, it seems everybody has an opinion on the budget. Here's a selection of some of those from the FM industry.

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Roadmap to renewable energy

The Solar Trade Association (STA) has welcomed the publication of the UK Renewables Roadmap. The Roadmap identifies the key renewable energy technologies that will enable the UK to fulfil its 2020 15% renewable energy target.

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STA responds to DECC renewables announcements

STA responds to RO decision for solar power and calls for further action to improve economics

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Seize the solar opportunity

The Solar Trade Association (STA) calls on Government to seize ‘easy and cost-effective win’ on solar power as key decisions are due shortly amid concerns for non-domestic solar policy framework.

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Solar cuts unfair

Two new consultations resulting from the Renewable Obligation (RO) Banding Decision are seeking to amend support for solar power under the RO, and open up the possibility of removing sub 5MW solar from RO support altogether.

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