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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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Customer Testimonial – Mr. Keith Stephens (2.5kWp, Kent)

August 3, 2012

Solar Selections provided a great, free service in recommending a local Solar PV provider with competitive prices and all at the last minute before the tariff cut (1/08/12). Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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DECC Denied Appeal at the Supreme Court

DECC denied appeal at supreme court March 23, 2012

The Supreme Court has today announced that they will not give the DECC the opportunity to appeal the High Court’s ruling on their tariff cuts being deemed unlawful. Therefore, the higher tariffs that were available before 12th December 2011, are now available to any installations completed before 3rd March 2012. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook [...]

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Customer Testimonial – Mr. James Wickham (4kWp, Kent)

March 21, 2012
4kWp Solar PV Power System Installation, Kent

Mr James Wickham, 4kWp Solar PV Installation, Kent, UK “Having researched a range of pv panel installation companies in October 2011 and found that the industry had a mass of businesses ranging from the hugely expensive down to the cowboys I was wary when I again started researching in early 2012. When I came across Solar Selections, I was [...]

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Best Solar Panels

March 12, 2012
Best Solar Panels in the UK

There are many considerations that need to be accounted for when determining which solar panels are the “best”. To start with one solar panel might be better/more suited to one situation over another. This article shall approach a number of scenarios, giving examples of how different panels are more suited to different scenarios. Bookmark on [...]

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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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Environmental Audit Committee and DECC meet over FIT Review

November 30, 2011

Yesterday the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and the Environmental Audit Committee came together in Westminster to discuss the state of the Solar Industry’s feed-in tariffs (FIT). The purpose of the meeting was to establish the factors that should and need to be considered when setting or altering a feed in tariff. The [...]

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REAL Deposit and Advanced Payment Insurance Scheme

October 21, 2011

If you are worried about what will happen to your deposit if the solar power supplier that you have placed an order with ceases to trade, look no further. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on [...]

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‘Made in China’: How Country of Origin Affects Solar Components

October 19, 2011

One of the most hotly debated topics in any industry is quality control with regards to a product’s origin. From the stereotypes surrounding Italian sports cars and Egyptian cotton, entire industries have been affected by the consensus on these assumptions. The solar industry is not above such generalisations here in the UK, with Chinese, German, [...]

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