The European Union has approved the first large-scale solar project in the world, as a new government seeks to drive solar energy and clean technology development.
The government’s Energy and Climate Change Agency (ECCA) has approved a project in Britain’s south west to build a solar panel farm, which will be the largest in the country.
It will be built on a 400-hectare plot in Aberdeenshire.
It will create 5,000 jobs and boost renewable energy in the region by up to 3,000MW.
The ECA said that the project will provide about 15% of the UK’s total power needs by 2050, and will create between 2,000 and 4,000 new jobs.
“This is the first solar farm in the EU, which is also a world first, with a significant contribution to the UK economy,” the ECA told The Irish Tribune in a statement.
The agency said that it will use the project to “help secure the future of renewable energy and to further diversify energy sources in the south west of England”.
Solar energy has been rapidly growing in popularity, with solar panels producing about 7% of UK electricity last year.
But, it has faced fierce opposition from some environmentalists who fear that it is harming biodiversity, which contributes more than $US40 billion to the EU economy.
Solar energy, however, is becoming cheaper and cheaper.
The average cost of a solar power installation is now about US$1.25 per kilowatt-hour, compared with $2.80 in 2015, according to a recent report from the Solar Foundation.
Solar panels on a farm in Aberdenshire, Scotland.
The UK government said it would be open to more European countries investing in solar energy projects.
“The UK Government will be open and transparent about any further investment in renewable energy infrastructure in the European Union,” the ECCA said in a press release.
However, it is still unclear whether the new solar farm will be part of the EDF’s proposed $US60 billion (€52 billion) solar power scheme, which would see the company’s 1GW plant built in France.”
The UK has an extremely strong track record of encouraging the development and deployment of solar technologies, including in the energy sector.”
However, it is still unclear whether the new solar farm will be part of the EDF’s proposed $US60 billion (€52 billion) solar power scheme, which would see the company’s 1GW plant built in France.
The company is currently planning to build its 1GW solar plant in France and is currently awaiting a ruling on whether the project can proceed, but its French project will be far more ambitious than the Aberdonshire solar farm.
The EU has been struggling to find suitable solar sites in Europe.
The UK government has made a number of commitments to make it easier for European companies to build large-size solar power projects in the past, but so far it has not taken any new solar energy investment proposals.