Renewable Energy News

Feed-in Tariff for domestic Solar PV confirmed until 1st July 2013

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced that the Feed-in Tariff for Solar PV installations less than 50kWp (approx. 200 panels) will remain at the current rate until 1 July 2013. This applies to domestic size solar, with a standard EnergyMyWay Solar PV installation on a 3-bed…

Meet EnergyMyWay at the Stapleford Environmental Group

Energy My Way will be one of the energy specialists available to talk to local residence and businesses at an event on Saturday 9th February organised by The Stapleford Environmental Group, Supported by South Cambs District Council. The event takes place at the ACE Foundation, Bury Road, Stapleford, from 1pm…

Community Energy Strategy

February 2013: Energy and Climate Secretary of State Ed Davey said during DECC questions in the House of Commons earlier this week that the Government  ?will introduce later this year the most ambitious community energy strategy this country has ever seen, and we will consult on it before we finalise it?We have a…

Green Deal Assesments

Following the official launch of the Green Deal, EnergyMyWay are pleased to announce that we have been accredited to carry out Green Deal Assessments. The first part in the process of obtaining Green Deal Finance to fund the upfront costs for the installation of renewable and energy efficiency measures is…

London accounts for only 2.79% of total UK PV installs

DECC have released their latest quarterly dataset of ?Sub-regional statistics show [ing] the number of installations and total installed capacity by technology type at the end the latest quarter that have been confirmed on the Central FIT Register (CFR)?. [DECC weblink;  Excel file] The data provides a useful breakdown of installations under the…

Green Deal Officially Launches Today

Energy efficiency becomes affordable for all under the Green Deal EnergyMyWay welcomes the official launch of the Green Deal an innovative loan scheme for improving the energy efficiency of homes in the UK. The loan differs from other types of loans as the payments are collected via the electricity bills…

UK Government see Solar PV as a key technology

Today Greg Barker announced the creation of the National Solar Centre in St Austell Cornwall Finally the Government has listened and now sees Solar PV as a key technology for the UK’s energy future, words are cheap but at least this signifies that Solar PV is now a technology that…

Schools get help with Energy Efficiency from EnergyMyWay

EnergyMyWay were recently asked by Flying Start Magazine to explain how we help schools reduce their carbon footprints and become more energy efficient.  The need to become more energy efficient is pressing upon independent schools more than ever before. Energy bills are soaring and carbon taxes are now a reality;…

Government’s Energy Bill means higher fuel bills for consumers

Some details of the Government’s long awaited Energy Bill were released on 23rd November, 2012 which highlighted the substantial investment required in new energy producing infrastructure projects in order to meet its environmental targets1 , increase the proportion of electricity generated from renewable sources and replace ageing nuclear and coal…

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