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Going Green Reduces Energy Prices - For Everyone - 5th April 2013 The argument that green policies will cause energy bills to soar has been put to rest as the latest statistics show that the government’s green policies have reduced household bills by 5% a year. “The biggest winners will always be those that invest in renewable energy,” comments Sales Director, Stephen Davies.  “With the amount of electricity generated by solar PV increasing se... Continue reading
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Solar Is Coming Of Age! - 18th January 2013 After 18 months of turbulence, with the government back pedalling on the Feed-in Tariff scheme desperately dampening the national appetite for solar panels, we can finally report a remarkable show of renewed ministerial enthusiasm. Opening the National Solar Centre in Cornwall last week, Minister of Climate Change, Greg Barker MP, announced that ‘solar is coming of age’. DECC has now... Continue reading
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The Renewable Revolution - 2013 - 10th December 2012 Stephen Davies, Sales Director, reports on the renewable revolution. This time last year we were bracing ourselves for the first cut of the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) and wondering what the future held for solar PV. As it turns out, solar is an even more attractive investment now than it was then.  With the price of PV components dropping by more than half, more than the FiT, returns are now ... Continue reading
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The Latest Tarriff Feed Update - 9th February 2012 DECC has announced today that the 21p/kwh will take place from the 1st April, for domestic size solar panels, with an eligibility date on or after 3rd March 2012. For those installations between the 12th Dec and 3RdMarch there is an unknown amount depending upon whether the Government win their legal case in the Supreme Court. If the Government win their appeal these installations will recei... Continue reading
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DECC Confirm 21p Will Stay Until 1 April 2012 - 15th December 2011 In a meeting with DECC on Monday 12th December, the Solar Trade Association has provided minutes to provide some clarity on the Governments activities and plans for the solar industry over the coming weeks. The Minister’s overriding concern is that there is to be life for the industry beyond 1st April 2012. For the Phase 2 consultation DECC is having to think more creatively. ... Continue reading
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