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solar feed-in tariff

New Renewable Obligation Certificate banding for medium-scale rooftop solar: DECC

December 18, 2012
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The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced its decision about support for solar power after a review of the Renewable Obligation Certificate (ROC) scheme’s banding mechanism. From next year, there will be two separate bands of Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs) for ground-mounted and roof-mounted solar systems of medium size. The policy changes [...]

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E.ON: 8.7% power rate increase to come into effect from 2013

December 11, 2012

UK electricity retailer E.ON will raise its prices for domestic customers by 8.7% from 2013, making it the only of the ‘big 6′ retailers to avoid putting their prices up in 2012–albeit just barely. The price hike will come into effect from 18 January next year. There was disappointment but little surprise at the news; [...]

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10kWp solar power system for an elderly care home in Hampshire

November 30, 2012
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In a story of solar panels working for not only the environment but also the public good, Hampshire’s historic Knellwood elderly care home has installed a 10kWp solar system to help cut down on its power bills and invest in its future. Although the system is not particularly large by commercial standards, it is an [...]

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PM Cameron praises community-based solar & decentralised energy

September 24, 2012
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Prime Minister David Cameron had words of praise for the role of decentralised energy in de-carbonising the UK’s economy at the opening ceremony of a 12.56kWp solar PV system at Eynsham’s village hall last week. Eynsham’s solar system has been installed as part of its People’s Power Station program, under which the community is pooling [...]

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Find and compare solar panel installers in Liverpool

August 15, 2012
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Who is the best solar panel installer in Liverpool? Solar Selections works with a network of solar power installers UK-wide, and we are able to assist Liverpool residents find the solar panel installer whose products, pricing, and services best match their requirements. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share [...]

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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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Solar Feed-in Tariff Legal Challenge: A timeline

January 2012 Update on the UK Solar Feed-in Tariff: A Timeline

January 5, 2012

The solar feed-in tariff continues it’s tumultuous development into 2012, with court battles and review delays being the main developments of the new year. So where do we stand as of January 2012 regarding the deadlines and tariff reductions that were proposed last year and supposedly brought into place? Is there any tariff at all available right [...]

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