DUAL 247 – Combined Hot Water and Heating Solution

Fancy generating your own Hot Water and Central Heating?  Fancy doing this whilst saving money on your bills and earning an income from Government Incentive, the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)? Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it. Well this is the Dual 247 system from...

More electricity now generated by renewables than coal

Renewable energy sources overtook coal in the generation of electricity in 2015.  Figures released in the government’s Digest of UK Energy Statistics 2016 show that 25% of UK electricity was generated from renewable sources – an increase of 29% over the previous year....

Solar Investments – Future of Energy.

Solar Investments – Future of Energy.

Solar Investments - Future of Energy At its annual Future of Energy Summit, the head of Bloomberg New Energy Finance John Moore, projected that solar will make up nearly one-third of all new investments in electricity generation over the next 15 years. (PV Magazine /...

Changes to renewables subsidies

New measures to deal with the projected over-allocation of renewable energy subsidies have been announced today, following recent consultations. Renewable energy subsidies are paid for via energy bills through a number of schemes including the Feed-in Tariff scheme...

Solar again tops popularity charts in latest poll

Solar again tops popularity charts in latest poll

Official government opinion poll on public attitudes to energy finds that solar is yet again the most popular, gaining 80% approval in poll that now tests mood of the nation every six, as opposed to three, months. Rooftop solar installation, England. Residential solar...

DECC silent over claims Rudd misled parliament

DECC silent over claims Rudd misled parliament

The Department of Energy and Climate Change has refused to comment publicly on claims energy secretary Amber Rudd misled parliament over progress towards climate change targets. Yesterday environmental publication The Ecologist exposed emails it had received,...

UK Feed In Tariff Drops by 87% 1st January 2016

UK Feed In Tariff Drops by 87% 1st January 2016

The UK government plans to implement massive 87% cuts to the solar PV feed-in tariff (FIT) in January 2016 – far larger than expected by anyone in the solar industry. The feed-in tariff will drop for all sizes of solar installation. Small scale solar panel...