PODCAST: Coronavirus contingencies, cutting-edge solar tech and BP’s net zero bid

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The latest episode of the Solar Media Podcast sees Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe discuss how the clean energy economy is responding to the coronavirus, while Andy reports from PV Expo in Tokyo, which itself felt the effects of the virus outbreak.

Also up for discussion are the emergence of a “new era” of solar technologies, what BP’s net zero plans might mean for renewables, and how a return to competitive renewables auctions could breathe fresh life into the UK’s solar sector.

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