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Government Consults On Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) Scheme

It was only a few days ago that we spoke about the withdrawal of the export tariff for solar power and how this may impact in a negative way on people buying solar panels for the first time from 1st … Continue reading

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Export Tariff On New Solar Installations Stopping

It has recently been announced by the Government here in the UK that it is not only to stop the generation tariff under the feed-in tariff scheme but is also to end the export tariff for new installations from 1st … Continue reading

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How About A Solar Yacht

Solar panels are used for so many different products these days apart from the most popular use of being installed on the roofs of some residential and commercial premises to help generate electricity. We have previously mentioned some of the … Continue reading

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Labour Party Wants 35 GW Solar Capacity By 2030

You may be interested to read the “Expert briefing note for Labour on wind, solar and energy efficiency” published this month. Amongst many things, it states what the Labour party feels is achievable in respect of solar capacity in the … Continue reading

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Proposal To Close Feed-In Tariffs Scheme

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has recently published the Consultation on the Feed-In Tariffs Scheme in which it proposes that the above scheme will be closed to new applicants from the 1st April 2019. Apparently, the Government … Continue reading

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Solar Power Car Port Being Built By Bentley Motors

Many of you will be aware that Bentley Motors manufacture luxury cars here in the UK to exacting standards. Well, the company has recently started to build a very big solar powered car port for its colleagues to park their … Continue reading

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Solar Power For Irish Theme Park

You may be interested to read that Tayto Park that is the only theme park in the Republic of Ireland is to benefit from a solar farm that has recently had conditional planning approval granted to be built. In the … Continue reading

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Possible World First Announced By Australian University

You may be interested to read that the University of New South Wales (UNSW) has recently announced the signing of an agreement with Origin Energy and Maoneng Australia for the offsite supply of solar power to the university. It is … Continue reading

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The Rise Of Renewable Energy

It is well known that countries around the world are keen to increase the amount of electricity produced by renewable sources such as by solar and wind power as well as biomass. If you were to visit the website of … Continue reading

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Solar Paper – An Innovative Way To Charge Your Mobile Phone

A company by the name of YOLK has produced a product called “Solar Paper” that can be used to charge the likes of a mobile phone when you are on the move should your normal phone battery be low on … Continue reading

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