Renewable Energy News

Free lecture on renewables at Lincoln University

Renewable Energy: Current and Developing Technologies Wednesday 15 January 2014. Refreshments 19:00, Presentation 19.30. University of Lincoln Engineering Hub, Brayford Pool, Lincoln. Richard Jones, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire EnergyMyWay Regional Director, will be presenting on current renewable energy technologies, including Solar PV, wind turbines, biomass boilers and heat pumps. He will…

EnergyMyWay presents at ‘The Future of Farming’ seminar in Lincolnshire

Agricultural businesses in Lincolnshire are invited to attend a special event hosted by Nicholsons chartered accountants looking at ‘The Future of Farming’. The event takes place on Thursday 27th February 9.30am to 12.30pm in the Brocklesby Suite at Market Rasen Racecourse. The theme of the event is to consider how…

EnergyMyWay Supports LIVES at Christmas in Navenby, Lincolnshire

EnergyMyWay supported a Christmas Brass Band Concert to raise £600 for Lincolnshire Charity, LIVES LIVES (Lincolnshire Integrated Voluntary Emergency Service) provides a first responder service for those needing emergency medical care before an ambulance arrives ? vital for the widely dispersed communities across Lincolnshire. Foss Dyke Band Vice Chairman and…

Air Source Heat Pumps now have separate tariff under Non-Domestic RHI

The DECC?s Government response document ?Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive: Improving support, increasing uptake? sets out a range of improvements and increased support under the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Air source heat pumps (ASHPs) are among the commercial heating renewable technologies that will benefit from this increased support. The aim…

Worrying figures highlight energy consumers’ concerns

New findings reveal the growing financial burden of ever-increasing energy bills The latest report compiled by HPI Coalition consumer research shows growing concern in the UK over the cost of energy. The survey suggests a grim outlook for many this winter with the majority voicing worries about prices. HPI, market…

Government to ‘mobilise the mid-scale solar market’ in 2014

In a speech to the Solar Trade Association on 12th December, Energy and climate change minister, Greg Barker has promised to take action to enable more roof-top solar for domestic, mid-scale commercial and community generation. The minister made strong reference to ?turning our large buildings into power stations? and mounting…

Largest UK Solar Farm wins Planning Consent

EnergyMyWay is proud to announce that the largest solar farm in the UK achieved planning consent on Tuesday evening, with overwhelming public support.  Our specialist large-scale team, Energy Assets, initiated and designed the proposed development, to be sited at the Science Museum?s Wroughton Airfield site.  The scheme will be 40MW,…

Power Failure for BBC Panorama

As if energy prices weren’t already a hot enough topic, this week’s BBC Panorama (BBC One, Monday 8.30pm) again lifts the lid on the dilemma of rising energy prices and reliance on carbon-emitting fossil fuels. The programme is cleverly entitled ‘Power Failure’ and journalist Top Heap explores some of the…

The future of small-scale wind power

There have been significant changes recently to the future of wind turbines with Government support increasing for offshore, large-scale wind, whilst reducing support for onshore turbines, and there are changes afoot for smaller scale wind turbines of up to 20kW as well. Changes for small scale wind turbines Firstly, the…

Smaller Solar PV and the Feed-in Tariff is unaffected by Govt subsidies cut

Yesterday, the UK Government’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) announced changes to the ‘strike price’ for large onshore  wind and Solar PV. Small-scale solar and the Feed-in Tariff remains unaffected The changes do not apply to those smaller projects that currently attract the Feed-in Tariff revenues. Domestic and…

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