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Solar Power Feed-in Tariff Rates to Maintain into February 2013

November 19, 2012
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Solar power installation rates in the UK from August to October has been lower than the minimum amount required to lower the solar feed-in tariffs, industry sources have claimed. Ultimately, this means that it is likely the feed-in tariffs will remain at their current levels when the next automatic review occurs on the 1st of [...]

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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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Commercial Solar Power Funding: Establishing Viability

June 28, 2012

Late 2011 and the first half of 2012 has seen global investment in renewable energy reach new, unprecedented heights. Solar power has now surpassed wind power as the most popular renewable technology for investment and here in the UK our solar market emerged onto the international photovoltaic (PV) scene thanks to the tried and tested [...]

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August Feed-in Tariff Rate Announcement: Rates and Positive Feedback

May 24, 2012

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has today released the official solar feed-in tariff rates for 2012. On the 1st of August 2012 the new rates will come into play, one month later than earlier expected. The rates are better than expected and pave the way for a long and healthy growth of [...]

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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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Now or Never? When to install Solar Power in 2012

April 27, 2012

What can be said without hesitation is that solar power in the UK has been through a tumultuous time over the last 12 months . Rapid growth offset with grinding lows; from free solar to 20% returns on investment and megawatt installations to a solar powered bin – it’s had everything. Placing this aside what [...]

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Commercial Solar Panels no longer need Planning Permission

April 19, 2012

  The installation of the alternative energy source, solar panels, has now been made much easier with the removal of the need for planning permission on non-domestic properties. In addition ground mounted solar energy systems requiring less than 9m2 of area no longer require planning permission. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share [...]

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Solar Energy to be Cost Competitive with Coal and Nuclear by 2020

April 19, 2012

According to a recent report, Solar Energy is set to establish equivalent costs with brown energy sources by 2020. Poised to deepen the market share in clean energy sectors worldwide, solar power’s respective component cost and energy efficiency aspects will drive it towards this milestone sooner than world markets had expected. Bookmark on Delicious Digg [...]

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Customer Testimonial – Mr. Selwyn Dobney (4kWp, Lincolnshire)

January 12, 2012
4kWp Solar PV System Installation, Lincolnshire, UK

Mr Selwyn Dobney, 4kWp Solar PV System Installation, Lincolnshire, UK Mr. Selwyn Dobney approached Solar Selections in light of the announced tariff cuts towards the end of 2011. Solar Selections instantly provided Mr. Dobney with a Solar Quote Comparison presenting a number of Solar Installers still capable of delivering a Solar Power System before the 12th December [...]

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Electricity Price Inflation

December 9, 2011
Electricity Prices to Rise Across the UK

One of the key reasons for installing a solar panel system is to insure ones self against the current electricity price inflation rates. However, not many of us are aware of just how severe these rates have been and how much worse they are going get. This article reveals the inflation of electricity prices over [...]

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Solar Energy: Photovoltaic Power Generation Explained

October 6, 2011

It can be easy to allow oneself to be caught up in the comparisons of different solar panel brands and installers when considering a solar installation, forgetting the simple genius  behind what is really going on. The harnessing of the suns energy through solar panels is a marvelous thought to behold, and this article will pay [...]

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