Renewable Energy News

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…

Latest Feed-in Tariff News

Before Christmas the High Court ruled that the Government’s plans to cut the Feed-in Tariffs was legally flawed causing speculation that the rate of 43.3p may remain for a little while longer, however on January 4th DECC appealed the ruling. This means prospective customers can’t be certain if they will…

Beware Rising Oil Prices (again!!)

After last Winter?s shocking price hikes of heating oil to more than 70p a litre, prices are on the increase again. Throughout the majority of 2009 and 2010 the average price of heating oil for domestic and commercial customers was around the 45p a litre mark ? this was before…

FiT’s – Latest News on Governments proposed changes – 21st December 2011

The Governments proposed plans to cut Feed-in-Tariff rates have today been ruled by High Court Judge as ?Legally Flawed?.  Link to article on Click Green Website  Under the current Energy Act 2008 the Secretary of State must consult with licence holders and the Gas and Electricity Market Authority plus other…

New home for Midland’s leading Solar PV installers

The team at the Birmingham & Black Country offices of EnergyMyWay have a new home.  In October they moved to the start-up offices in Wolverhampton Science Park.  The relocation puts the team at the heart of their territory, which takes in Birmingham, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton. Sushil Birdi, Regional Director…

Pros and Cons of Biomass Boilers

High financial rewards from switching to a Biomass Boiler makes for a greatly attractive heating solution, particularly if your property is not connected to the mains gas grid. However, you will need plenty of space for your boiler and fuel store and there are the installation costs to consider. Biomass…

Air Source Heat Pump Installers Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire

EnergyMyWay are MCS Accredited Air Source Heat Pump Installers based in Eynsham, Oxfordshire Air Source Heat Pump installers need to be MCS Accredited if you want to be able to claim the Renewable Heat Incentive (a Government payment towards the cost of your Air Source Heat Pump).  If you are…

Air Source Heat Pump Installers

EnergyMyWay are MCS Accredited Air Source Heat Pump Installers Air Source Heat Pump installers need to be MCS Accredited if you want to be able to claim the Renewable Heat Incentive (a Government payment towards the cost of your Air Source Heat Pump).  If you are considering installing an Air…