30 May '17, 12pm

UK solar smashes record, supplying 25% of electricity demand

UK solar smashes record, supplying 25% of electricity demand

Paul Barwell, CEO of the Solar Trade Association, said in a statement that he was “delighted” at the weekday record set by solar, pointing out that 12.1 GW of solar has been installed in the UK, enough to power 3.8 million homes. “This is a colossal achievement in just 5 years, and sends a very positive message to the UK that solar has a strong place in the decarbonisation of the UK energy sector,” said Barwell.

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