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EnergyMyWay Stratford, Warwickshire gets off to a Flying Start

Following the Government’s snap decision at the end of October 2011 to reduce the feed-in-tariff (FiT) for Solar Photovoltaic installations, EnergyMyWay Warwickshire managed to design, install and commission six Solar PV systems before the Government’s December 12 deadline. Regional Director Steve Wilkes was hands on with all the installations but…

FiT’s – New Proposed 21p Rate Will Still Provide Good Returns – 9th January 2012

The Government’s proposal on 31st October 2011 with changes and reductions to the feed-in-tariff scheme was considered by many to be too extreme and would make investment in Solar PV unattractive. However the market has reacted in an expected way by reducing material costs considerably which restores a healthy return…

Feed-in Tariff may remain at 43.3p until 3rd March

Potentially domestic Solar PV installations could still attract the higher Feed-in Tariff rate of 43.3p (upto 4 kWp retro fit systems) until the 3rd March 2012. If you were considering Solar PV at the new rate of 21p now is certainly the time to go ahead as you may well benefit…

Derbyshire and Sheffield EnergyMyWay now part of Trusted Traders Scheme.

EnergyMyWay’s Derbyshire andSheffieldregional office is delighted to say that it has recently been accepted on to Derbyshire County Council’s Trusted Traders Scheme. The scheme provides both businesses and householders with a list of companies and workmen who are, in the words of the Trusted Traders website “honest and reliable traders…

EnergyMyWay at Dobbies Garden Centre, Chesterfield

Keen to promote renewable energy options to the good people of Derbyshire and Sheffield, EnergyMyWay representatives Tom and Angie McGovern will be setting up their stall at Dobbies Garden Centre, Barlborough, near Chesterfieldon Saturday 21st January. Tom says: “We’ll be happy to talk to you and explain the advantages of…

The proposed feed-in-tariff rate as from April 2012!

EnergyMyWay’s comment on the proposed Feed-in-tariff rate as from April 2012 The proposed rate for the Feed-in Tariff from the 1st April 2012 for a 4kWp system is 21p / kWh still enables customers to receive an attractive rate of return.  We approve of the proposed rate cut and DECC have stated…

The Feed-in-tariff rate on Solar PV is confirmed!

The government has announced that the minimum Feed-in-tariff rate on solar PV is going to be 21p per KWh. This is fantastic news as it reduces the uncertainty the industry has faced over the past few weeks and it means that home owners and small businesses can enjoy a healthy…

Court of appeal fails to make decision re Feed-in Tariff rate

Today the court of appeal failed to make a decision on whether the Government acted un-lawfully in the way they handled the proposed cuts to the Feed-in Tariff. What this means is that it is uncertain whether customers will receive the 21p rate or the 43.3p rate for installations carried out after the…

FiT’s – Latest News on Governments proposed changes – 6th January 2011

The Government applied to the Court of Appeal on 4th January for the right to appeal the High Court ruling that proposed plans to cut Feed-in-Tariff rates from an effective date of 12th December 2011 before the end of the consultation period was illegal. Today it was announced that the…

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