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How much electricity does the average 3 bed semi consume?

First published 8 January 2013. Updated 25 November 2013. Although all 3-bed semis are different, I have been monitoring the energy consumption in my own central Oxford 3-bed semi for several years and can tell you exactly how much we use. Our lifestyle My household consists of two adults and…

Renewable Energy for Farmers in 2013

Richard Jones, EnergyMyWay’s Director in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire talks about the direction of Renewable Energy for Farmers in 2013 A New Year always brings a new perspective on life and 2013 promises to be an interesting one for all involved in the industry.  However it is really a year of…

Not Every Feed in Tariff Provider is the same!

Whilst the majority of householders have had good service from their utility companies in obtaining the Feed in Tariff, a recent survey by Which? the consumer watchdog, has revealed that like with many of their services, some companies are better than others.  There is a huge variance in the time…

Solar PV included as key technology in DECC’s Renewable Energy Roadmap

DECC published it’s Renewable Energy Roadmap on 27th December 2012.  The Renewables Roadmap sets out a comprehensive action plan to accelerate the UK’s deployment and use of renewable energy, and put us on the path to achieve our 2020 target, while driving down the cost of renewable energy over time. For the first time…

Earn Now – Pay Later: Spread the Cost of Solar PV

We’ve launched a new financing deal for solar customers that means you start earning money now, while paying back the cost of your installation over 5 – 10 years. Thanks to a new partnership with The Solar Panel Group, we’re delighted to be able to offer financing options that mean…

Free Solar Panels – What’s the catch?

Why are companies offering you free solar panels? Because they want your lucrative Feed-In Tariff payments You may have heard of companies that offer to install solar panels on your property for free. As life has taught us there’s not much worth having if you don’t have to pay or…

Kingspan Wind Turbine installation in Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire

Successful installation of Kingspan KW6 wind turbine We kept our fingers crossed that the rain would hold off long enough for us to install the Kingspan KW6 wind turbine.  The day of the install arrived and luckily the vehicles were able to get into the field to off load the turbine and…

A sustainable strategy for everyone

Charming cottage or modern megaplex? There is a sustainable energy strategy for everyone Many people think of Solar when they think of renewable energy. While we usually do install solar as part of a good sustainability strategy, there may be other options which deal with the heating and hot water…

EnergyMyWay – Helping schools reduce their energy bills

Schools get help with Energy Efficiency 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; schools need to respond with sustainable measures to reduce their energy costs. But for many independent schools…

Returns from Solar PV increase by £100 despite Feed-in Tariff cuts

The average combined savings and income from households with solar PV in the UK has increased by nearly £100 since last May according to new data published by the Energy Saving Trust (EST). Previously, the EST found that that the average combined savings and income for households installing solar PV…

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