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Bristol Family Win Case To Retain Solar Panels

Isn’t it good to hear when a local council plays their part in coming up with a solution that is agreeable to all parties. That appears to be just what has happened in connection with a dispute over solar panels … Continue reading

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National Trust Favours Solar Panels

The National Trust appear to be keen advocates of solar power having had a number of installations carried out including projects at Plas Newydd Country House and Gardens, Dinefwr Park and Castle, Hafod Y Bwch, Powis Castle, Penryhn Castle and … Continue reading

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Solar Panels Market Looks Promising

Following the uncertainty caused by changes in the Feed in Tariff scheme in 2012 it is good to see the latest figures from the Department of Energy and Climate Change. January is traditionally a quiet month but figures show that … Continue reading

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Solar Panels Installed At The Port Of Workington

As a part of a regeneration project costing millions of pounds the Port of Workington are having roof top solar panels installed by Penrith based Sundog Energy. The port is owned by Cumbria County Council and is undergoing a regeneration … Continue reading

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Shortage Of Solar Panelled Council Properties

With such a huge focus on environmentally friendly energy production it is interesting to hear that in Cambridge only four council properties out of a possible 7,000 council properties plus have had solar panels installed. This has led to Labour … Continue reading

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Solar Farm In Shropshire Obtains Planning Approval

Solar panel farms continue to attract the support of planning officers in various locations around the UK generating electricity in an eco-friendly manner. At the same time, they have the potential to be a worthwhile investment. Shropshire now sees its … Continue reading

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Oak-Framed Solar Carports and Solar Gazebos

A business by the name of My Solar Port based in Hereford, Herefordshire design and manufacture oak-framed carports and gazebos that incorporate solar arrays. These are beautifully designed buildings that have so many uses. You may need a carport to … Continue reading

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British Government To Be Sued By Solar Panel Companies

Seventeen companies involved in the solar panel industry here in the UK are to sue the British Government for £140 million in respect of the impact of cuts being made to the feed in tariff scheme. The companies’ involved claim … Continue reading

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Council Approve Solar Panel Installations On Some Council Buildings

Yet another council has approved the installation of solar panels on a number of its own buildings. Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council didn’t take too long in making the decision obviously feeling that the scheme had a number of benefits. … Continue reading

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Community Centre Installs Solar Panels

The roof of the recently built Elsea Park Community Centre in Bourne, Lincolnshire has had solar panels installed providing benefits such as reducing carbon emissions by as much as six tonnes, saving the Elsea Park Trust almost £500 per annum … Continue reading

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