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Solar Panel Comparison: New ’3 Best Solar Quotes’ System

December 5, 2012

Comparing solar panel quotes can be tricky business. Solar Selections should know; we have been providing domestic customers in the UK with impartial, expert advice on their solar power projects for over two years. The way in which you receive your quotes though has recently changed, with a new, fast and direct to installer method [...]

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How to choose the right solar panels and system for your home

November 30, 2012
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When it comes to choosing a solar panel system for your home, the sheer range of choices can be daunting. The UK solar industry has expanded rapidly in the past few years, and now there are so many installer and product options available that it is difficult to determine if a homeowner has done enough [...]

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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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Solar Panel Performance Database in the UK

November 15, 2012
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The University of Sheffield has for the last two years been collecting and comparing renewable energy generation data from thousands of solar panels across the UK. Their website now publishes reports each month detailing how much energy is being generated across all of their registered systems. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on [...]

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Securing the 22GWp target with more than solar panel price leaps

November 8, 2012
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Following on from our analysis of the 22GWp target that Greg Barker, Minister for Energy and Climate Change, recently reestablished; this article examines whether another leap in solar panel prices is possible. 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 [...]

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Solar Power Feed-in Tariff Rates for November 2012 Announced

August 28, 2012

Ofgem have announced the solar power installation rates for May, June and July 2012 and consequently the new feed-in tariff rates for November 2012. UK solar industry’s tariff digression system works by analysing the solar panel installation numbers in terms of installed capacity, then either reducing, maintaining or in extreme cases increasing the feed-in tariff’s [...]

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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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Solar Selections Sponsor the GovToday ‘Natural Environment Conference’

June 15, 2012

As the depth of knowledge and debate growths regarding the importance of the natural environment in the UK, conferences and forums for discussion becoming increasingly important events. Whenever government, public and private sectors unite to review the development and progress of society in particular ways positive exchanges of information and perspective can help outline the right [...]

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Discussing the Future of the UK Solar Industry: Part Two – Commercial

December 7, 2011
Future of the UK Solar Feed-in Tariff: Commercial Solar

With two significant reductions in the feed-in tariffs for commercial systems taking place within the last twelve months, it’s understandable that the UK industry is taking stock of what has occurred. It’s obvious now that the government incentives introduced for commercial solar power were too generous to sustain. It’s also becoming increasingly evident that the [...]

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Solar Energy Quotes: A Checklist of Information

October 4, 2011
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Sourcing a various number of options when making consumer decisions has become a necessary part of purchasing for many people in the Western world. Considering the vast number of car makes, phone brands and broadband companies all vying for customers, it makes sense to do your research and compare the various offers available. So when [...]

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