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Solar PV installations in the UK

January 25, 2013
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Solar PV installations in the UK have become very popular as investments since the introduction in 2008 of the UK’s feed-in tariff for renewable energy. Solar PV technology is set to play an increasingly important role in the UK’s future energy mix, thanks to the scalability of their size and Bookmark on Delicious Digg this [...]

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The next stage in European solar power: A boom in subsidy-free solar?

January 23, 2013
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Europe has seen massive uptake of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in the past few years. At the helm has been Germany, whose EEG legislation has paved the way for a world-leading rate of uptake for solar panels in the country. Others–Italy, Spain, and France, among others–are also doing well thanks to government support for renewables. All the [...]

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Compare solar PV system deals in Belfast, Northern Ireland

January 23, 2013
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Interest in installing solar panels in Belfast, Northern Ireland has been growing over the past few years, as it has in the rest of the UK. Thanks to the Northern Ireland government’s support for solar power, the falling price of having a system installed, and the rising cost of electricity, now is a great time for [...]

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UK investment in solar will safeguard against the rising cost of power

January 8, 2013

The cost of electricity has been rising throughout the UK, driving many to look into ways to cut power bills. In addition to investing in energy efficiency measures, an increasing number of homes and businesses are also opting to install solar PV systems to reduce their costs. Energy market analysts GlobalData are now saying that those who [...]

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Solar panels recognised as ‘key’ for UK energy future: DECC

January 4, 2013
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The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has dubbed solar photovoltaics (PV) a ‘key technology’ in the UK’s future power mix in its updated Renewable Energy Roadmap released at the end of December 2012. DECC’s official recognition of solar power’s importance here has been a cause for celebration among those in the solar industry [...]

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Commercial Solar Power Finance Package – Solar Selections

February 16, 2012
Unique Financing Package for large-scale commercial solar installations

Solar Selections can now offer businesses a unique solution to financing a large scale solar power installation. Solar Selections has been working on an exclusive finance package for businesses looking to invest in Solar Pv. The package is structured so that there is no upfront capital requirement and tax benefits are handled efficiently. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this [...]

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The Real Cost of the Solar Energy Feed-in Tariff

December 12, 2011
The real cost of the Solar Feed-in Tariff

There has been a lot of speculation from many perspectives in the United Kingdom about the true costs of the solar energy feed-in tariff. This summary will look at the most compelling sources of evidence and examine how far the public’s opinion on the matter is from the truth. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post [...]

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Solar Choice & Solar Selections: The Origins of Solar Brokering

September 28, 2011

Solar Energy is now one of the fastest growing and most fascinating industries in the world. Over the last three decades photo voltaic panels  have developed from a novelty in to a genuine source of energy for millions of people. Once confined to remote structures owned by elite green enthusiast or council bus shelter lighting arrangements, [...]

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Cost of solar to see further decreases throughout EU

September 22, 2011

The cost of solar power is coming down even more quickly than expected, according to new research by the EU Energy Institute. The fall is part of a global trend towards increasingly affordable solar power, which once had a reputation for being prohibitively expensive. According to the Institute, solar panels are also a ‘good investment’, and [...]

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