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The RHI is 'flawed' and won't deliver renewable heat – says HHIC

The Renewable Heat Incentive, RHI is ‘flawed’ says the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council, HHIC in their response to DECC’s Consultation: The Renewable Heat Incentive: A reformed and refocused scheme. Stewart Clements, Director of HHIC said “The Renewable Heat Incentive, RHI is flawed and needs a clearer focus if it hopes to make any impact […]

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Do you suffer from 'charge anxiety'?

In today’s world, running out of battery is a nightmare. Think of all the things we use with a battery that we’d be stuffed if they ran out: Phones, tablets, cars, tools, watches – it’s a big list. Many of us have developed a ‘charge anxiety’, but the good news for installers is that there’s a solution. Loss of productivity […]

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Small renewables businesses will struggle to compete under new Contracts for Difference scheme

REA urges political parties to commit to making the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme scheme deliver value for money and help new entrants into the market This government has missed its last chance to make the new Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme a major driver of jobs and growth for the UK’s independent renewable power […]

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Find out about the ErP with #InstallerAsk

The ErP (Energy-related Products) Directive is due to be implemented in September 2015. Installer Magazine (@installermag) held a twitter Q and A with Baxi (@BaxiBoilers) to find out what installers need to know.

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Energy Efficiency & Renewables Awards winners announced

Over 300 of the industry’s leading figures assembled at The Kensington Roof Gardens on Friday 26 September to celebrate the winners of this year’s Energy Efficiency & Renewables Awards. Hosted by A&D Publishing, publishers of Renewable Energy Installer, the 13 winning projects, installers and products were announced by comedian Marcus Brigstocke. REI Editor Paul Stephen […]

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