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Solar Generation Key to Q1 Renewables Record

August 22, 2016

In Q1 this year, renewable energy generation was responsible for 25.1% of the UK’s electricity generation, beating the previous Q1 record achieved in 2015 by 2.3%. With wind and rainfall lower than expected for the time of year, the surge […]

Solar carport as Nottingham's Ken Martin Leisure Centre

Nottingham City Achieve 26% Carbon Reduction Target Four Years Early

August 17, 2016

Nottingham City Council (NCC) have confirmed this month that their target to reduce the City’s carbon emissions by 26% (compared to 2005 levels) has been achieved – four years ahead of schedule. This fantastic achievement is down to an ongoing programme […]

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EvoEnergy Achieve Investors in the Environment Accreditation

August 3, 2016

EvoEnergy have achieved ‘Green’ level accreditation following their recent Investors in the Environment (IIE) audit. The award certifies that EvoEnergy have reduced their overall carbon footprint by a minimum of 2% through the implementation and adherence to the highest IIE […]

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Solar Responsibility Moves to New Government Department

July 15, 2016

Within hours of moving in to No.10, the new Prime Minister – Theresa May – has restructured her staff and departments, including the abolition of the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) that gave the renewables industry a platform for […]

Commercial solar panel installations in Worcestershire

UK Solar Power Produces Record Generation in June

July 11, 2016

According to data released by the Solar Trade Association (STA), in June, solar power was responsible for generating 23.9% of the UK’s total electricity demand; a new record figure and a remarkable achievement for the industry. Despite heavy cuts to […]

Solar panel installation on a commercial building in Wakefield

Will Your Leased Property Meet the Minimum EPC Rating in 2018?

June 14, 2016

Recently, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) confirmed new changes to the law that means from 1st April 2018, it will be unlawful for commercial landlords to lease a private commercial property without a minimum EPC rating of […]

Solar Carport at Harvey Hadden Sports Village in Nottingham

EvoEnergy Launch Solar Carports Video

May 17, 2016

During the recent design and installation of two of the UK’s largest solar carports for Nottingham City Council, EvoEnergy took the opportunity to produce a professional video that educates viewers around the concept and benefits of solar carports for businesses. […]