UK’s CfD Allocation Round 5 Open
£0.047/kWh Strike Price For Solar PV Under Britain’s Contracts For Difference Allocation Round 5
Monday, 03 Apr 2023
The Government of United Kingdom (UK) is inviting applications from low-carbon projects under its contracts for difference (CfD) allocation round 5 (AR5) including for solar PV projects of more than 5 MW capacity, for a total budget of £205 million ($252.5 million).
UK Installed 556 MW Solar During H1/2022
Cumulative Installed Solar PV Capacity Of UK Now Exceeds 15 GW As The Country Heads Toward GW-Level Additions in 2022
Tuesday, 19 Jul 2022
The UK solar market installed 556 MW of new PV capacity during H1/2022, led by residential installations and spurred by European energy crisis, taking the country’s total installed solar to now over 15 GW, according to local trade association Solar Energy UK.
UK’s £265 Million Funding For CFD Round 4
UK’s BEIS Announces £265 million Support For Its Biggest Renewable Energy Auction Round 4 Of Contracts For Difference Regime; Solar PV Pitted Against Onshore Wind & Hydropower For 5 GW Under Pot 1
Monday, 13 Sep 2021
The UK’s Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has come out with guidelines for allocation round 4 (AR4) of its contracts for difference (CfD) scheme, calling it the ‘biggest-ever’ round of its flagship renewable energy scheme.
All Decks Cleared For UK’s Largest Solar Park
BEIS Secretary Of State Alok Sharma Gives Green Signal To Largest Subsidy-Free Solar & Storage Farm In UK With 350 MW Capacity; STA Hails Milestone For UK Solar Industry
Monday, 01 Jun 2020
Hive Energy and Wirsol Energy have cleared all hurdles for their subsidy-free 350 MW solar park in the UK with BEIS giving its nod to the project, which, once realized, will be the largest solar park ever constructed in the country.
13.5 GW: UK’s Cumulative Solar Capacity Till April 2020
Cumulative Installed Solar Power Capacity Of UK Till April 2020 Reached 13.5 GW; Q1/2020 New Installations Impacted By COVID-19, Says BEIS
Sunday, 31 May 2020
While the UK's Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) does not share specific quarterly numbers for the country's solar additions, a little math shows Q1/2020 numbers were way down from last year.
UK To Include Solar & Onshore Wind In CfD Auction Round 4
Onshore Wind & Solar PV To Compete For Contracts For Difference Support In UK As Government Confirms Their Participation In Allocation Round 4 To Be Announced In 2021
Wednesday, 04 Mar 2020
After having excluded solar PV and onshore wind from its previous three CfD auction rounds, the UK is now ready to accept it as an established technology. Solar PV will compete for CfD support in the AR4 auction round of 2021.
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