Solar Industry Associations to Clarify Good Reruns for Householders
The four major associations representing UK’s solar industry have joined together to support consumers and set the record straight about the current status of domestic solar power and the Feed-in Tariff, the Renewable Energy Association revealed today.
British Photovoltaic Association (BPVA), the Micropower Council (MPC), the Renewable Energy Association (REA) and the Solar Trade Association (STA) are concerned that public opinion about renewable energy has been distorted by headlines such as “drastic cuts,” “illegal consultation,” or “huge job losses”, which do not reflect the actual reality on the ground as they obscure the truth about the renewable sector.
Industry representatives outlined the drastically falling cost in solar PV, ,making it a desirable investment to those who want to avoid increasingly rising energy bills and help tackling climate change.
Mainstream analysts expect solar power to be cheaper than buying electricity off the grid before the end of the decade. Costs in PV have fallen more rapidly in the past 12 months than any other energy technology, allowing consumers to save money in the future.
The association forecasts that solar industry has a bright future in the UK; it is exciting and becoming more popular. Industry experts think that tariffs will reduce over time in line with these significant cost reductions which will contribute for the creation of new jobs in the renewable sector.
Chairman of the British Photovoltaic Association commented that solar PV can offer clean, affordable and secure energy that people of the UK need.
You can find further information about the solar PV and read the full comments by the four major associations from here:
Posted on May 15, 2012, in Building Construction Industry, Climate Change, Electrical News, electrician, electrician jobs, Employment, Energy Efficiency, Government, Green Deal, Housing Scheme, Infrastructure, Politics, Renewable Energy, t4ts, train4tradeskills, Train4TradeSkills News and tagged BPVA, British Photovoltaic Association, consumer’s support, energy, Feed-in tariff, industry representatives, major UK energy associations, Micropower Council, MPC, Photovoltaic system, PV, Renewable, Renewable energy, Renewable Energy Association, renewable energy sector, Solar, Solar power, Solar Trade Association, STA, t4ts, t4ts news, the Renewable REA, train 4 trade skills, train4tradeskills news, UK’s solar industry, United Kingdom. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.