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Energy Bill Announcements Reveal Cost of Renewable Energy Deployment for Consumers

November 28, 2012
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The UK Government’s Department of Energy and Climate Change has revealed the first details of the much anticipated Energy Bill. The Energy Bill is essentially designed to encourage investment in green and renewable energy such as solar panels and wind turbines, whilst ensuring the power keeps flowing for all. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post [...]

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DECC Reaffirms 22GWp Solar Power Target by 2020

November 8, 2012
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The Department of Energy and Climate Change’s Minister Greg Barker has reaffirmed the ambitious targets of over 20GWp of solar panels to be installed in the UK by 2020. After a year that has seen this target introduced, several large solar feed-in tariff reductions and now reestablished, the news is welcomed cautiously by the industry. [...]

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Energy Bills on the Rise: Solar Panels Increasing in Attractiveness

October 12, 2012
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Two of the largest energy and gas retailers in the UK have announced significant increases in their energy bills. British Gas and Npower today confirmed that they would be increasing the bills of their customers by 6% and 9.1% respectively. The moves highlight the increasing pressure on UK households and attractiveness of small scale renewable [...]

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UK Consumers Survey Finds Solar Panels Reduce Cost of Living

August 24, 2012

Consumer Opinion Panel research outfit uSwitch.com have published results from a survey they conducted with homeowners that have installed solar panels in the UK. The survey was focused on whether people had installed solar panels, why they had done so and if their cost of living and energy bills had been affected. Some of the [...]

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Funded Energy Efficiency Package Set to Make a Significant Impact

August 15, 2012

Whilst many business owners have sustainability strategies in place, the required working capital and payback expectations often significantly delay the implementation of upgrades. A Funded Energy Efficiency Approach overcomes these issues comprehensively, securely and in a timely manner. Here Solar Selections Ltd, highlight and explain this approach to the wider business community. Bookmark on Delicious [...]

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The Green Deal: How it Works

May 3, 2012

Long heralded by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) as the flagship policy in making this government the ‘greenest ever’; The Green Deal is set for activation in September of 2012. Let’s take a look at how it pledges to bring cost effective home efficiency measures to the majority of properties across the [...]

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Solar Power the Answer for Condensing Boiler Upgrades

March 28, 2012
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With the April 1st 2012 deadline upon us, solar power installations in the UK must now abide by the EPC requirements to access the full solar feed-in tariff rates. One of the pivotal aspects with domestic homes reaching the ‘D’ banded EPC rating is the presence of a condensing boiler. This is because in combination [...]

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The UK’s Solar Energy Tariffs: A Beginner’s Guide

October 3, 2011
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There are entire websites and journals set up to explain how the United Kingdom’s Solar Energy Feed-In Tariff operates. This article is written by way of introduction to the scheme, aimed at helping newcomers to the Solar Industry understand what is on offer, who can claim it and how long it’s available for.  Bookmark on [...]

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