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Somerset solar farm approved

August 9, 2013, Leave your thoughts

The development of a 10.2MW solar farm in Somerset has reached approval from the Sedgemoor District Council.  Spanning an area of 27-hectares, the solar farm will be built on land that was formerly used for farming. It is one of […]

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Heat pumps see improved performance

August 8, 2013, Leave your thoughts

Domestic heat pumps could provide homeowners with thousands of pounds of income, the Energy Saving Trust (EST) has revealed. In what it describes as the "most in-depth study of its kind", the EST has revealed that if properly installed, air […]

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Residents should benefit from community solar schemes

August 6, 2013, Leave your thoughts

Local residents should be given a stake in solar power schemes that are installed in their communities, the Energy and Climate Change Committee has said. According to MPs, encouraging businesses, cooperatives, local authorities, schools and housing associations to install renewable […]

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Plans revealed for Elmbridge solar farm

August 5, 2013, Leave your thoughts

Plans for the development of a huge solar farm in Surrey have been submitted to the local council, Get Surrey reports. Land located just off Molesey Road in Elmbridge could soon be home to a huge allocation of 27,500 solar […]

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Scottish homes in line for renewables funding

August 2, 2013, Leave your thoughts

The Scottish government has announced a new £3 million scheme to create energy-efficient homes in the country. Under the initiative, loans of up to £10,000 will be made available for technology such as solar panels, heat pumps, micro-generation equipment and […]

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Feed-in tariff frozen until 2014

August 1, 2013, Leave your thoughts

Energy regulator Ofgem has confirmed that the feed-in tariff (FiT) for solar-generated electricity will remain unchanged until the end of this year.  For people with installations between 0-4kW, the rate of return will remain at 14.90 p/kWh. For the 4-10kW […]

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Solar panels set for unique use in Swindon

July 31, 2013, Leave your thoughts

The A419 in Swindon could be in line for a unique scheme, which will see solar panels generate electricity while acting as a noise barrier simultaneously. It is a system that has already been put in place in Germany, Austria […]

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Ofgem not improving ‘Big Six’ transparency

July 30, 2013, Leave your thoughts

The Energy and Climate Change Committee has criticised energy regulator Ofgem for failing to take necessary action to ensure that energy company profits are made more transparent.  A new report from MPs who are on the committee has said that […]

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Social landlords receive renewables funding

July 29, 2013, Leave your thoughts

Some 46 social landlords in the UK are set to receive part of a £7 million fund to install renewable heating systems into the homes of their tenants. The funding was announced by the Department of Energy and Climate Change […]

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