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Calling all architects: 7 good reasons why you need an eco-partner

We’ve just completed a successful renovation project on an Oxfordshire home with Anderson-Orr, where they brought us in as their expert eco-partners right at the start of the project. We rolled out our official ‘eco-partnership’ to architects, developers and self-builders after we increasingly found that renewable energy was ‘bolted on’…

Biomass boiler installer Scotland

Autumn is here time to start thinking about replacing your old boiler with a biomass boiler EnergyMyWay Scotland are now able to offer a range of Biomass boilers to complement our extensive renewables portfolio. Drawing on experience from Viessmann, Herz, Eta, Effecta and Woodpecker, we are well positioned to find…

It’s not too late to earn from Solar PV (photovoltaic) panels

EnergyMyWay customers are still getting up 10- 12% returns from installing Solar PV Many people believe they have missed the boat when it comes to benefiting from the government’s Feed-in Tariff for Solar PV. The good news is that the Feed-in Tariff is alive and well and returns are still high for…

Proven Wind Turbine Repair and Servicing

Proven Wind Turbine repair and servicing available in Cambridgeshire Ken Kelso from Fen End Farm, Cottenham, Cambridgeshire had his Proven 6kW turbine installed in 2009. David Wallman the Regional Director for EnergyMyWay in Cambridge approached Ken to introduce EnergyMyWay as a local accredited wind turbines installer. Ken was very happy…

EnergyMyWay to install Biomass Boiler for Burton Hathow School

EnergyMyWay are proud to announce that they have been appointed to install a high quality biomass boiler for Burton Hathow Preparatory School in Lincoln.  This new school is to open in January 2013 and is keen to present a sustainable ethos to its pupils and parents. Using biomass as a…

72% want to see more use of Solar power in the UK

A recent YouGov survey commissioned by the Sunday Times found that there was a greater support for renewables than gas or coal. 72% of respondents think the UK should be looking to make use of more solar power and 55% said we should be making more use of wind power,…

Merton Oil Buying Group joins EnergyMyWay’s Community Buying Scheme

Oxfordshire

The Merton Oil Buying Group has recently become the latest community-based group to benefit from the group-buying of renewable energy systems. This new partnership follows the success of EnergyMyWay’s community buying initiatives with local Oxfordshire groups including: Sustainable Wantage Sustainable Woodstock Thame and Haddenham in Transition Kidlington vs Climate Change…

Local charity chooses EnergyMyWay

The Gordon Carling Foundation, formerly South Hams Mencap chose us to install domestic solar PV to a number of their domestic properties. We worked closely with the foundation to achieve 10 installations in one week keeping disruption to a minimum and working around the needs and sensitivities of the residents….

Domestic RHI Update

Domestic RHI Earlier this month the Department of Energy and Climate Change released its consultation on the domestic RHI scheme.  Whilst nothing has been confirmed the indications of how the scheme will operate and the level of funding for renewable heat technologies is encouraging. It is likely that RHI payments…

How to use Solar PV to heat your hot water

How to use your Solar PV system to heat your hot water For many of those who have a Solar PV system installed but don’t use all the electricity it generates there are devices on the market which can now use the electricity you would normally send back to the…

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