FIT

HHIC wants FIT clarity

The Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC) is urging that the Government makes a decision on the Feed-in Tariff (FIT). It comes following DECC’s confirmation that it will be consulting on “further cost-control measures relating to the Feed-in Tariff scheme” while failing to provide any form of timeline. The Feed-in Tariff is a payment made to […]

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NAPIT Pushes for renewable energy Future

With 48% of British people willing to pay more towards investment in renewable energy and tackling climate change and solar PV generating enough energy last year to power over a million typical households in the South of England, the renewables industry has enjoyed strong growth recently, with consumer interest growing. To maintain this, NAPIT are […]

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More energy projects to get support under Feed-in Tariffs

Aspiring communities across the nation will be able to receive Feed-in Tariff payments for the clean green energy generated by larger community energy projects, under new plans set out today(3rd July). Aspiring communities across the nation will be able to receive Feed-in Tariff (FITs) payments for the clean green energy generated by larger community energy […]

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UK's first green energy storage system

Solar ENLES Ltd has launched the UK’s first green energy storage system that can be installed with new or existing domestic solar PV systems. By storing electricity when it is produced during the day and using it at other times, SunBat will enable domestic users to meet up to 75% of their electrical energy needs […]

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Survival of the fittest

Modules alone will not be enough to keep manufacturers afloat in the solar PV market of the future, says Ben Hill. Instead, they must move with the times and reposition themselves as holistic solutions providers. Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated… Representatives of the UK solar PV industry may have been tempted to turn […]

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