One Wednesday more, the Department of Energy and Climate Change reveals the number of solar pv installations done in the UK, that have remained the same for the last weeks since the new Feed-in Tariffs started.
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One more week, the weekly report published today by he Department of Energy and Climate Change show some good results for the solar panel installations done this last week ending 23rd September.
This last week ending 16th September 2012, solar pv installation figures published by the Department of Energy and Climate Change demonstrate that the solar market is still being successful despite the bad expectations expressed before the latest changes in the Feed-in Tariffs scheme were made.
One more week, the Department of Energy and Climate Change publishes the weekly photovoltaic installations figures, revealing that the initial1 installation results for the week ending 2nd September 2012 are 813 installations in that week compared to 759 for the week ending 26th August 2012. The total number of installations on the MCS is now 369,131, and the total capacity installed increased by 2.7 MW, to stand at 1.3GW right now. (more…)
One more week, the Department of Energy and Climate Change publishes the weekly photovoltaic installations figures, revealing some discouraging but expected data.
This last week ending 19th of August 2012, the number of solar photovoltaic installations has drop down again, with only 490 installations done in all the UK during these last 7 days1. (more…)
This week ending 12th of August 2012, and due to new cuts in the Feed-in Tariffs, the number of solar photovoltaic installations has drop down up to almost historical minimums since the Feed-in Tariffs scheme started in April 2010. Only 665 installations done in all the UK during these last 7 days, only 17% of the solar pv installations done in the previous week.
After a long time looking forward to see the results from the first weekly installations of August 2012, figures seem to be not as bad as expected. Still awaiting updates1 from the Department of Energy and Climate Change, this week ending 5th August there have been 2,368 up to 50kW solar PV installations in the UK compared to 922 done the first week after the cuts of Feed-in Tariffs in April 2012.
A Solar Panel system is undoubtedly a big investment for any homeowner! The Feed-in tariff will provide tariff incentives to UK residents for 25 years and thus its hugely important to the profitability of a solar panel installation that everything is installed properly and good quality panels are being used. Components will vary quite a bit from installer to installer, in terms of, electrical output, form factor, and weight. Most solar panels will come with a 20-25 year warranty, making solar a long term investment hugely dependant on the quality of the initial investment.