Scotland aims to install 25 GW of electrolyzer capacity by 2050.
The “Energy Efficient Scotland Transition Programme: Decarbonisation Fund for Social Housing” is aimed at helping building owners to improve the energy efficiency of homes and buildings in the commercial, public and industrial sectors.
While solar has been recognized in Scotland’s first energy strategy, which aims to supply half of the country’s energy needs from renewables by 2030, criticism has been aimed at the lack of concrete policy frameworks for solar, an energy source that could add 6 GW capacity in the next 12 years.
The U.K.’s National Grid has published data showing that summer 2017 achieved a new landmark for clean energy, with the electricity powering the nation’s homes and businesses the “greenest ever”.
After a positive two years for renewables in Scotland, experts have deemed announced projects of the Scottish renewables energy committee as unviable and unambitious.
The U.K. solar PV market has grown by 900 MW in the first half of the year to reach 12.7 GW, according to preliminary statistics published by the government.
Moray Council have approved a proposed solar project by Elgin Energy at a 47-hectare site near Urquhart in the northeast of Scotland.
The leading British solar energy developer has connected 14 new solar parks in England, Scotland and Wales well ahead of the March 31 deadline for 1.2 ROC eligibility.
Having reached a series of clean energy milestones in 2016, WWF Scotland and Scottish Renewables are urging Scottish ministers to set a target of 50% renewable energy penetration by 2030.
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