PV

Thousands of jobs at risk over proposed slash to Feed in Tariff

NICEIC and ELECSA fear thousands of jobs could be at risk following Government plans to slash the Feed in Tariff (FiT) rates for solar PV by up to 87%. The cuts, due to be implemented in January 2016, would see FiT payments for new solar panels drop to less than 2p per unit of electricity. […]

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Taking control

By selecting the right accessories for a solar PV system, it can be possible to significantly increase the financial rewards. Bob Morris looks at the benefits of installing a PV immersion controller. Around half of the annual energy generated by domestic solar PV systems is exported to the grid; for a 4KWp solar PV installation, […]

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Solar PV thriving

Savills Energy has secured its 10th consecutive planning permission for ground-mount projects in the UK on behalf of leading British solar developer Solarcentury. This maintains a 100% success rate in planning application submissions by Savills for Solarcentury and reaffirms Savills’ assertion that elements of the solar photovoltaic (PV) industry are thriving, despite shifting government policy […]

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PV and Biomass installation

Castlehill housing association welcomes PV and biomass district heating in sheltered housing.

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British made panels to help reduce carbon footprint

The Green Electrician Group has introduced solar panels from UK manufacturer Romag to its range of solar products for Spring 2013, providing customers with high quality, British-made panels reducing the carbon footprint across its installations. County Durham based Romag has been manufacturing panels since 2004 as an extension to its  70-year old world-leading business of […]

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