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The statistics presented in the table below, show the number of sub 50kW solar photovoltaic installations and capacity installed at the end of each week, from 2011, that are recorded on The Microgeneration Certification Scheme - MCS Installation Database. The statistics are compiled for each month based on the date the installation was commissioned. The table will be updated with the latest weekly data every Wednesday morning until the end of August 2012.
Statistics that are presented in the monthly table below, show the number of installations and capacity installed by technology type and tariff band that are confirmed on the Central Feed-in tariff Register (CFR) and eligible for FiT payments.
The MCS and ROOFiT pipeline statistics show the number of solar photovoltaics installed each month that are registered on The Microgeneration Certification Scheme - MCS Installation Database and the number of installations with a total installed capacity accredited through the ROOFiT scheme.
Quarterly sub-regional tables
Sub-regional statistics show the number of installations and total installed capacity by technology type at the end the latest quarter that have been confirmed on the CFR.
Domestic solar photovoltaic maps
This paper describes analysis of trends in the deployment of microgeneration installations under the Feed-in Tariff scheme, with a particular focus on domestic solar PV:
Energy trends articles