With the U.K. government apparently preparing to deal another blow to solar by abolishing export payments for small-scale generators, the contribution of the country’s agricultural sector to the industry could be more important than ever.
Sheep graze among PV panels on a farm near Haverfordwest in southwest Wales. The National Farmers’ Union of England and Wales estimates farmers own or host more than 70% of the 12.8 GW of PV capacity in the U.K.
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