Market update – Two years of theUK’s Feed-in TariffColin McNaught
A brief history…                                                 Low Carbon Buildings                                     ...
The Feed-in Tariff
The Feed-in Tariff
Feed-in Tariff surges
Mapping the market     End Sept 2011   End Dec 2011
Local market dataDistrict NR14 – Loddon, nr Norwich
Which districts have the best market?
System price trends
Buying behavioursAverage size of system in up to 4 kWp band
…and the future                  Quantity uncertain                   Timing clearer
Market update – Two years of theUK’s Feed-in Tariff                           www.aeat.com   enquiry@aeat.co.uk           ...
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AEA Solar PV market update at Ecobuild 2012

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AEA Renewable Energy Knowledge Leader, Colin McNaught, provides an insight into the UK Solar PV Market - presented at Ecobuild, London, 23 March, 2012.

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AEA Solar PV market update at Ecobuild 2012

  1. 1. Market update – Two years of theUK’s Feed-in TariffColin McNaught
  2. 2. A brief history… Low Carbon Buildings LCBP Solar PV: • 11,490 kWp • 5,586 sites • Avg 5,924 per kWp • £45.5 million grant Feed-in Tariff Clear Skies “The gap led to "a famine". "a lot of DTI Domestic Field Trial damage to a 2002 installs: rapidly-growing • 262 kWp industry" • 12 sites • Avg £7,200 per kWp
  3. 3. The Feed-in Tariff
  4. 4. The Feed-in Tariff
  5. 5. Feed-in Tariff surges
  6. 6. Mapping the market End Sept 2011 End Dec 2011
  7. 7. Local market dataDistrict NR14 – Loddon, nr Norwich
  8. 8. Which districts have the best market?
  9. 9. System price trends
  10. 10. Buying behavioursAverage size of system in up to 4 kWp band
  11. 11. …and the future Quantity uncertain Timing clearer
  12. 12. Market update – Two years of theUK’s Feed-in Tariff www.aeat.com enquiry@aeat.co.uk 0870 190 1900 @AEA_Europe

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