[The cumulative installed PV capacity in the UK has reached 15.9GW] According to data released by the UK's Department of Energy Security and Net Zero Emissions, the installed capacity of photovoltaic systems installed in the UK to date has reached 15.9GW. The report points out that the UK PV market has been relatively slow in the early part of this year, with small PV systems installed accounting for the majority of new PV systems. With the UK general election looming, industry experts are calling on the next government to act quickly to address key issues affecting the growth of PV system installed capacity. Figures released by the UK's Department of Energy Security and Net Zero Emissions on 30 May 2024 show that the UK added 190MW of PV systems in the first four months of this year, a significant drop from the 330MW added in the same period in 2023. The UK installed 916MW of photovoltaic systems in 2023. In terms of new installed capacity, 2023 is only the fifth highest year on record for installed PV systems in the UK, although the number of new PV systems added is the second highest, with 191,524 PV systems coming online. The report attributes this to the fact that small PV systems account for the majority of new PV systems. Editor/Wang Tian
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