The international photovoltaiv power statistics also show that 2019 is likely to be the slowest year for the UK solar industry since 2010. This is lower than the 297.1 MW recorded in 2018. In addition, annual new installed capacity in the UK reached 949.3MW and 2.18GW in 2017 and 2016 respectively.
Last year, home PV systems under 4kW increased by 91.7MW, while installations between 4kW and 10kW increased by 32.4MW. Solar arrays ranging from 10kW to 50kW added 67.1MW in the 12 months to the end of December.
By the end of 2019, the UK had accumulated 13.35GW of pv installed. Most of this came from 5MW to 50MW (4.39GW) solar power stations, followed by 50KW-5MW (3.52MW) and (25MW to 50MW) photovoltaic power stations (1.57GW). In the roof part, small residential photovoltaic systems with a scale of no more than 4kW account for the largest share of the cumulative capacity, accounting for 2.69GW, followed by systems with a scale of 10KW-50kW, with a total installed capacity of 875.7MW. Projects between 4kW and 10kW have the smallest share, only 267.9MW.
So the UK government should encourage their citizens take full use of the solar power, as well as the manufacturing industry also should do. Till now ,Lingtech solar company supplied 0.8GW solar panel to UK, there is still a big space for the UK. Let’s see Lingtech will cooperate with more UK importors for soalr panel power off grid and on grid.