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Category Archives: Renewable Energy

Interested in the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)?

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a new incentive introduced by the government to encourage people to generate more of the heat they need from renewable sources, like solar power, heat pumps or anaerobic digestion and so use less fossil fuels. Currently 99% of the heat we need is generated using fossil fuels and the […]

Where now with Pay As You Save (PAYS) scheme

With environmental issues high on the agenda of the new coalition government, the introduction of the Feed-in Tariff on 1st April 2010 and the Renewable Heat Incentive due to commence on 1st April 2011, energy savings and renewable energy are hot topics at the moment.

Solar Heat Gain Explained

You may have heard of Solar Gain, but few of us know what it actually is and how it can apply in somewhere like our homes. Managed properly solar gain can actually help to save you money on your bills and supplement your heating system.

Guide to Feed-In Tariffs – What You Need to Know

As part of the Energy Act 2008 the government introduced a new incentive to encourage energy consumers to generate some of their own energy from renewable energy sources such as solar power or wind power. This is known as the feed-in tariff. A consumer is paid a subsidy for any energy produced which is from […]

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