Posts Tagged ‘solar park’

Island of Wight trusts in renewables

The Island of Wight is well known as a place to go on Holidays or even to their famous festival but… did you know they’re carrying out some really green and interesting projects?

First of all, Ecoisland, a project launched by David Green, which main objective is bring pioneering alternative fuel technology to the Island of Wight. The idea is using the isle as a pilot project area for electric and hydrogen powered vehicles. (more…)

Foresight Group invests in solar energy again

Solar Parks are in vogue. Element Solar Power, with a London based office, announced last Monday the completion of a successful sale of two photovoltaic solar panels parks with a combined capacity of 6MW to funds managed by alternative asset manager Foresight Group (Foresight), which have already invested in more than £300 million of operating photovoltaic assets in the UK, Italy and Spain.

The solar projects, Puriton West (4MW) and Summerway Drove (1.8MW), were developed by Element Power Solar in partnership with Dublin-based BNRG Renewables. The projects were constructed and commissioned during 2011 under the U.K. Government’s Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) legislation designed to encourage construction of low carbon electricity generation from renewable energy technologies, and are both fully operational generating electricity at pre August 2011 Feed-in Tariff (FiT) rates.

 

Puriton West Photovoltaic Project - Via pv-magazine.com

Puriton West Photovoltaic Project - Via pv-magazine.com

 

Via SFGate and PV Magazine.