Solar Boom in the UK Expected in 2015

13 November 2014

The UK’s Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) confirmed in October 2014 that the Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROC) scheme will close to ground-mount solar PV systems sized at 5 MW or larger at the end of March 2015. As a result, IHS forecasts a boom in installations in Q4 2014 and peaking in Q1 2015.

Due to the surge in applications for ground-mount PV systems, local authorities are refusing permit applications. Based on DECC data and the IHS PV project database, IHS estimates that more than 20 percent of the 6.2 GW solar projects in the pipeline will not be able to proceed.

Read More

Related links:

IHS Power & Energy

News articles:

Solar Glass Prices Set for Long-term Increase

SunEdison Rolls ZWS-based Solar Module

Solar Installations Set for Sizable Uptick

Solar Microinverters, Power Optimizers Set For Substantial Growth

Smart Water Meter Revenue to Double by 2019

Powered by CR4, the Engineering Community

Discussion – 0 comments

By posting a comment you confirm that you have read and accept our Posting Rules and Terms of Use.
Engineering Newsletter Signup
Get the GlobalSpec
Stay up to date on:
Features the top stories, latest news, charts, insights and more on the end-to-end electronics value chain.
Weekly Newsletter
Get news, research, and analysis
on the Electronics industry in your
inbox every week - for FREE
Sign up for our FREE eNewsletter