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EPC Ratings Explained

February 10, 2012

With the announcement of Phase Two of the UK’s Solar Feed-in Tariff (FiT) emerging yesterday, the respective Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) ratings and their relationship with the FiTs can now be reviewed. This article will explain what an EPC is, the ratings properties will need to access the full FiTs and how best to go [...]

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DECC Appeal Declined by Court of Appeal: 43.3p Feed-in Tariff Re-established

January 25, 2012

The 43.3p rates have become available again for solar installations following the decision by the Court of Appeal today. This is great news for all prospective solar projects and should prompt another huge surge of solar installations across the UK. New prices, in combination with the higher rates provide excellent rates of return of both [...]

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The Solar Feed-in Tariff Review: Expectations and Projections

October 11, 2011

There is a growing degree of speculation in the industry regarding the feed-in tariff (FiT) review that is approaching towards the end of 2011. Due to the incredible importance of the tariff to your average solar energy installation, such debate is healthy and ensures awareness of it’s approach. Issues can arise however when speculation enters [...]

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