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  • The project will be built on a 150 hectare area at RAF Middleton, a former air force base.

    Lincolnshire, UK

    50MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 02 April 2014, 14:16

    PV developer Lunar Energy has been granted permission by the West Lindsey District Council to build a 50MW PV facility at a former RAF base in Lincolnshire.

  • The array consists of 496 rooftop panels.

    London Southend Airport

    Not Listed, Commercial Rooftop, Completed | 02 April 2014, 12:00

    The largest airport PV array in the UK has been installed at London Southend Airport as part of a £10 million (US$16.6 million) terminal expansion organized by Kier Construction.

  • The plant will have an operational lifespan of 40 years.

    Five Roads, Wales

    16.2MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 02 April 2014, 11:52

    UK-based PV developer Elgar Byrne Capital Limited has received approval to build a 16.2MW solar farm in Five Roads, a small hamlet located just 6.4 km from Llanelli, Wales.

  • The 28MW project is set to be subject to a judicial review.

    Mapperton, Dorset, UK

    28MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 21 March 2014, 10:08

    The East Dorset District Council has approved plans for the construction of a 28MW solar power plant on Conservative MP Richard Drax’s Charborough estate near Mapperton.

  • The array will generate more than 70,000 kWh a year. Image: Solarsense

    Street, UK

    80kWp, Commercial Rooftop, Completed | 20 March 2014, 17:57

    British renewable energy company Solarsense has finished installing an 80kWp solar array on the roof of the UK’s first shopping outlet centre, Clarks Village, in Somerset.

  • Volunteers work on planting hedge around the project site. Image: westsolentsolar.coop

    New Forest National Park, UK

    2.4MW, , Announced | 20 March 2014, 17:14

    Plans to construct a 2.4MW solar farm in a newly restored gravel pit close to New Forest National Park have been approved by planning officials.

  • The project is believed to be the largest PV array installed on a sports facility in the UK.

    Llaneelli, Wales

    250kWp, Commercial Rooftop, Completed | 20 March 2014, 16:53

    PV developer Dragon Energy Solutions has installed a 250kWp rooftop PV system at the training facility of the Parc y Scarlets rugby stadium located in Llanelli, South Wales.

  • The solar farm is expected to produce enough energy to power 3,000 homes every year.

    Somerset, UK

    10MW , Ground Mounted, Completed | 20 March 2014, 16:21

    UK based EPC Solarcentury has completed a 10MW PV project in Somerset that is projected to produce enough energy to power 3,000 homes every year.

  • The solar farm is projected to generate over 8,000,000kWh of electricity annually when operational.

    Exmoor National Park, UK

    8.2MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 20 March 2014, 15:29

    The North Devon District Council has approved the planning permission of an 8.2MW PV plant that it set to be built two kilometres from Exmoor National Park.

  • The installation will help power 2,900 homes in the area and will cut the centre’s annual carbon emission by 82 tonnes.

    Cranbrook, UK

    250kWp, Commercial Rooftop, Completed | 20 March 2014, 14:52

    E.ON has installed a 250kWp array on its flagship £3 million Energy Centre building in Cranbrook, Devon.

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