Green Energy Collective September 2016
Solar Energy UK | Clean Energy Live 2016
Preparations are now almost complete for the UK’s largest solar and clean energy exhibition Solar Energy UK | Clean Energy Live , held at the NEC in Birmingham from the 4 – 6 October.
Between COP21, Brexit and Hinkley’s approval, 2016 has been a heck of a year. It’s clear the clean energy industry needs a central place to meet to chart a path towards continued success driven by solar.
At the time of writing we’re tracking roughly 12% up on pre-registered visitors compared to last year, which was our biggest ever. We’re expecting more than 5,000 unique attendees to flock to the NEC next week.
Registration for Solar Energy UK | Clean Energy Live 2016 is completely free of charge and takes no more than five minutes of your time. The online registration process can be found here.
Great Britain Energy Breakdown
Wind 15.2% coal 2.1% nuclear 23.6% gas 43.0% hydro 1.1% import 3.9% solar 7.3% biomass 2.4% storage 1.4% Demand 34GW (data from BM Reports and Sheffield University)
First integrated renewable project located in Kuwait
JinkoSolar, a global leader in the photovoltaic industry, today announced that it has supplied 5 MW of solar modules to TSK Electronica y Electricidad, S.A, for use in the Shagaya Renewables Park PV Power Plant, the first integrated renewable project located in Kuwait.
"We are pleased to join another successful project in a new emerging market with TSK, "commented Mr. Gener Miao, Vice President Global Sales and Marketing of JinkoSolar, "The Arab states of the Persian Gulf market is growing very fast. The Kuwaiti government is targeting to have solar energy account for 15% of total energy consumption by 2030, which is not an individual case there. We will leverage our industry-leading position and expertise to meet the growing needs of the region."
Smart energy revolution 'could help to avoid UK blackouts
A "smart energy" revolution could help ensure that the UK does not suffer blackouts, according to National Grid's new UK chief. Nicola Shaw, its executive director, said technological advances will reduce the need to build new conventional power stations in the UK. Read more here
"We are at a moment of real change in the energy industry. From an historic perspective we created energy in big generating organisations that sent power to houses and their businesses. Now we are producing energy in those places - mostly with solar power"
About Green Solar World
Green Solar World, located in Cambridge and working throughout the East of England, an MCS approved installer,
a Quality Assured National Warranties member, a Renewable Energy Consumer Code member and a National Association of Professional Inspectors and Testers member.