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Grants for Solar Powered Homes

March 11, 2007

Only about 100 UK homes have solar power Homeowners willing to switch to solar power could be in line for new “green grants” from the government.A total of £20m will be available from next week as part of a push to persuade thousands of Britons to use renewable energy....

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Ray of Sunshine for Solar Energy

March 11, 2007

Solar power is used in houses, offices and even cars Solar power in the South West has received a major cash grant from the government.Three projects in the region will share nearly £300,000 to charge up their solar schemes. Projects in Bristol, Wiltshire and Somerset will all benefit from...

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UK Solar Playing Catch-up

March 11, 2007

British Petroleum has criticised the UK Government for failing to invest in solar power despite booming worldwide demand. New statistics reveal the global solar power industry is growing ten times faster than the oil industry. And last year production rose by more than 40 per cent, according to the...

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Harnessing the Sun's Power in India

March 11, 2007

Solar panels should become common sights in a decade By Mike Wooldridge in RajasthanTraditional sources of energy in India are set to make a slow but gradual transition to renewable sources like solar energy. The government hopes 10% of power generation will come from non-conventional forms of energy by...

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Green Energy: A Viable Alternative

March 11, 2007

Campaigners want more use of power from the elements The government has pledged that 10% of the UK’s energy will come from renewable energy sources by 2010 – a promise backed up by a £100m boost announced by Prime Minister Tony Blair on Tuesday. Mark Johnston, Climate Solutions Campaigner...

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Solar Roof Tile – Sunslate

March 11, 2007

Photovoltaic (PV) Sunslates™ are an integrated roofing product, which are installed alongside conventional grey roof slates. Sunslates are installed onto a counter battened roof using ‘storm hooks’ to hold the tiles down and are fully compatible with non-PV roof slates and associated roofing accessories. Sunslates are also quick to...

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Sun Power for Rainy City

March 11, 2007

Architects are hoping solar panels will catch some rays in one of Britain’s rainiest cities. Plans have been drawn up for the UK’s largest set of the panels on an office block in Manchester – more famed for its wet weather than sunshine. The CIS building, the biggest tower...

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Solar Power ‘Wake-Up Call’

March 11, 2007

All new buildings in London should be fitted with solar panels, according to the Green Party. Greens leader Darren Johnson in the London Assembly says the large swings in temperature are a wake-up call to the need to reduce the burning of fossil fuels for energy. He wants all new buildings to...

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Sunny Future for Middlesbrough Football Club

March 11, 2007

Middlesbrough Football Club is taking part in a multi-million pound project to develop solar energy. The club has won part of a £2m grant package from the government to install a roof incorporating solar cells. The project is part of a government scheme to promote the use of so-called...

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Tories Plan Green Tax on Flights

March 11, 2007

The Conservatives are planning a series of new environmental taxes on flights aimed at combating climate change. The party will publish a consultation document on Sunday asking people for their views on various proposals. The proposals include levying VAT or fuel duty on domestic flights and a green air...

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