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Monthly Archives: June 2013

Will The Impending Feed-In-Tariff Reduction Make Much Of A Difference?

Since the Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) scheme started on 1st April 2010 there have been 379,511 solar panel installations fitted of which in excess of 366,000 were fitted to domestic properties. The number of installations seems to be progressing in the right … Continue reading

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China Retaliates And Investigates Import Of European Wine

In an earlier article covering the European Commission’s announcement that it had imposed an initial import tariff of 11.8% on the import of solar panels into European member countries from Chinese solar panel manufacturers we made reference to the fact … Continue reading

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Solar Panels Installed At Multi-Storey Car Park

There are many councils throughout the UK that have taken the initiative to install solar panels on a variety of buildings that they own as they strive to meet renewable energy targets. Hull City Council has recently had solar panels … Continue reading

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A Train Powered By Solar Energy To Be Developed

In recent months we have made you aware of the likes of a wheelchair and ambulances using solar panels to provide power in some capacity. Well, now we have heard of a super train being developed that will be solar … Continue reading

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Test Valley May House Biggest Solar Farm In The UK

We have previously reported on many large solar photovoltaic panel schemes with a view to keeping you up to date with such installations. The UK along with other EU member countries and indeed other countries around the world have stringent … Continue reading

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Huge Roof Mounted Solar Panel Installation On Farm

One of the biggest farm roof mounted solar photovoltaic panel installations has recently been erected on a Hertfordshire farm. Rand Brothers have in excess of 9,000 acres of arable land as well as a grain depot that is utilised as … Continue reading

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EU Imposes Anti-dumping Tariff On Chinese Solar Panel Manufacturers

The European Commission has this week announced that it is to impose anti-dumping tariffs on solar panel manufacturers in China despite many member countries of the European Union expressing their concern at the ramifications such a measure may have on … Continue reading

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A Solar Powered Wheelchair – What Next?

We have previously reported on solar panels on top of carports in public car parks in the USA and on the top of ambulances here in the UK but now we have heard about a solar powered wheelchair being designed. … Continue reading

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A Brief Overview Of The Feed-in-Tariff Scheme

It is perhaps not a bad idea to occasionally remind people of how the Feed-in-Tariff scheme works in relation to the installation of solar panels especially bearing in mind how low the installation price of a solar panel system has … Continue reading

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Libraries To Make Further Savings On Electricity Bills

In recent months we have reported on numerous public buildings here in the UK having solar panels fitted to reduce their carbon emissions and, of course, save on their electricity bills. It is always pleasing to read of such things … Continue reading

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