Renewable Energy News

Returns on Solar PV at new Feed-in Tariff rates

Returns on Solar PV at new Feed-in Tariff rates remains healthy investment When asked to comment on whether there is a future for Solar PV, since the government has declared its intention to slash the Feed-in Tariff by more than 50%.  The simple answer is ?YES?. Why new Feed-in Tariff…

Solar PV installations getting “all booked up” in the Midlands

After a successful advertising campaign aimed at parents of local schools, the demand for free energy surveys and solar panel installations from the Birmingham & Black Country EnergyMyWay team has been rising rapidly. And that was before the announcement that the government are reducing the amount they will pay for the…

Renewable Energy – The decision that’s hotting up for businesses

With fuel prices continuing to soar and increased pressure to reduce carbon emissions, switching to renewable energy is becoming a very attractive option for businesses. But what the business owners really need to know is which technologies are going to make the biggest difference to the bottom line? Local energy-efficiency…

Renewable Energy – The decision that’s hotting up for businesses

With fuel prices continuing to soar and increased pressure to reduce carbon emissions, switching to renewable energy is becoming a very attractive option for businesses. But what the business owners really need to know is which technologies are going to make the biggest difference to the bottom line? Local energy-efficiency…

Solar PV weathers the government’s Feed-in Tariff cuts

The recent announcement that the government are slashing their Feed-in Tariff scheme by more than 50% in December sent initial shockwaves through the Solar industry, but what do the cuts actually mean for customers interested in installing the technology? Richard Jones, Regional Director of Lincolnshire renewable energy company, EnergyMyWay explains…

New home for Midland’s leading Solar PV installaters

The team at the Birmingham & Black Country offices of EnergyMyWay have a new home.  In October they moved to the start-up offices in Wolverhampton Science Park.  The relocation puts the team at the heart of their territory, which takes in Birmingham, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton. Sushil Birdi, Regional Director…

Feed-in Tariff Review

The Government are going to drastically cut the Feed-in Tariff for Solar PV installations with effect from the 12th December.   The proposal will reduce the tariff from 43.3p / kWh to 21p / kWh this will only effect installations registered after the 12th December. Read about the proposed cuts on…

EnergyMyWay move into new offices

EnergyMyWay head office are moving into new premises in Eynsham, Oxfordshire.  Due to the expansion of the EnergyMyWay network EnergyMyWay is moving its head office operation to Eynsham 10 miles from Oxford.  The new facility will have a fully equipped training room with two false roofs and a solar thermal and solar…

Totnes PV installation reaches predicated annual output in just 7 months

Totnes PV installation reaches predicated annual output in just 7 months Mr and Mrs Corp of Totnes are delighted with the performance of their solar PV. When we installed the 3.8kW system in January we estimated that the system would generate 3,304kW?s per year. This figure was calculated using a…

Sheffield leads the way for Solar PV installations

Who’d have thought that Sheffield closely followed by Leeds would have proportionally more Solar PV installations than anywhere else in the UK! You’d have assumed that the Solar PV revolution would be more established in the UK’s Southern cities but far from it.  Sheffield has more installed Solar PV than…

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