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Leeds solar farm given approval

July 25, 2013, Leave your thoughts

The development of a new solar farm in Leeds has been given the seal of approval by the Leeds City Council. Some 32,000 solar panels will feature on the 33-acre site on farmland in the Tingley area. Once completed, the […]

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Energy companies axe green tariffs

July 24, 2013, Leave your thoughts

Climate change targets are set to suffer as a result of five of the ‘big six’ energy companies deciding to axe their green tariffs for customers, The Guardian reports. Only one company is providing a 100 per cent renewably sourced […]

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Household bills leave consumers out of pocket

July 18, 2013, Leave your thoughts

Older consumers are losing out due to overcomplicated households bills and small print, according to a new report which suggests that people across the UK are being overcharged by £6.7 billion a year on their household bills, research from […]

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Ed Davey hits back at RWE npower claims

July 17, 2013, Leave your thoughts

Energy and climate change secretary Ed Davey has quickly criticised a statement from energy company RWE npower, which has claimed that annual energy bills will rise due to the government's renewable policies. RWE npower's 'Energy Explained' report has suggested that […]

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British people back renewable energy

July 16, 2013, Leave your thoughts

The UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) has revealed that UK residents are supportive of changes in the energy system to make it more renewable. That was one of the key findings from a new study conducted by the Universities of […]

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Barker moves to curb solar farm fears

July 15, 2013, Leave your thoughts

Westminster has recently seen a debate on the subject of solar panel farms in rural areas, discussing the need to restrict poor practice within the industry. With the need for renewable and alternative energy being of critical importance in the […]

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Government finally reveals domestic RHI details

July 12, 2013, Leave your thoughts

After a long and arduous wait, the government has finally unveiled details of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) for residential properties. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has revealed how homeowners will be paid hundreds of pounds for […]

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New definition for household fuel poverty

July 10, 2013, Leave your thoughts

The issue of fuel poverty is a growing concern amongst UK residents, as the cost of energy is increasing at an alarming rate, leaving underprivileged people and families unable to heat their homes during the colder months. In order to […]

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