Renewable Energy News

Solar Panels in North Wales Caravan Park Display Green Credentials

North Wales caravan park embraces the low carbon benefits of solar There is a lot of talk in the media about the commercial case for solar panels and the threat to the government’s Feed-in Tariff scheme, which was originally designed as a commercial incentive. But with all the chat about return…

In roof solar panels which add value to your property

In Roof Solar Panels are an attractive option which can add value to your property Many people recognise that solar panels are a good investment but think that the look of the product will detract from the attractiveness of their home. Whilst this may be true of some conventional panels and ?on roof?…

What heating system is best for a new home?

Gas, oil, LPG, ground source, air source, biomass? With so many heating options, how do you know what heating system is best for a new home or renovation? When you are building a new home or renovating, your heating system is a crucial decision and one which needs to be made…

New Rules will Boost Deployment of Solar PV for New Homes in Scotland

Scotland Shows the Way for Solar on UK Building Regulations This month, new building regulations came into force in Scotland. Here we take a look at what they might mean for the future of Solar. The way the building regulations for energy performance of houses work is that the designers…

SolarEdge Certified Installers in Hertfordshire and rest of UK

EnergyMyWay Hertfordhsire Certfied as SolarEdge installers What makes SolarEdge Inverters so effective? SolarEdge inverters are increasingly popular with savvy solar customers thanks to their ability to increase the performance of a Solar PV array. Unlike standard inverters, SolarEdge has individual optimisers for each panel, which means panels perform independently from…

UN scientist Jacquie McGlade raps UK over renewables

Cuts in support for renewable energy in the UK have been criticised by the UN’s chief environment scientist. Prof Jacquie McGlade said the UK was shifting away from clean energy as the rest of the world rushed towards it.  She said the cuts in renewables subsidies, coupled with tax breaks for…

Renewable Energy support for architects – EnergyMyWay Hertfordshire

A Packaged Service of renewable energy support for architects and Self-Builders For Architects and Self-Builders EnergyMyWay offers a complete Green Energy Service from initial concept, through design and co-ordination, to installation and commissioning. EnergyMyWay Hertfordshire is pleased to announce that it has just been awarded contracts to carry out two architectural…

Explanation of the Feed-in Tariff cuts

Explanation of the Feed-in Tariff cuts In recent weeks, there has been a lot of media coverage about the government’s shock decision to slash the Feed-in Tariff for solar panels at the end of the year. But what does this actually mean for homeowners? We answer some of your questions…

Scottish Government supports solar despite UK decisions to cut subsidies

The Scottish Government has confirmed solar PV projects below 5 Megawatts will continue to receive support following the UK government?s decision to close the Renewables Obligation. Energy minister Fergus Ewing said: ?The UK government?s decision to slash support for renewables is misplaced and actively discourages investment in clean energy. ?The…

Solar Panels on a Flat Roof?

Solar Panels can be installed on a flat roof Do you want to install solar PV panels but don?t have a suitable sloping roof? Why not look at the flat roof options? EnergyMyWay have been installing low angle solar panel systems on flat roofs, which are often unseen from adjacent…

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