Renewable Energy News

Solar Thermal Maintenance & Servicing

On a recent solar pv survey we were asked to look at an existing solar thermal installation which had been installed for over a year but the home owner was concerned the system wasn’t working properly. The solar thermal system had been installed by their builder whilst having some renovation…

What’s the difference between Polycrystalline and Monocrystalline

Currently on the market there are two types of solar photo voltaic panels polycrystalline and monocrystalline. In layman’s terms the difference is in the crystal structure of the silicon. Monocrystalline cells are cut from a chunk of silicon that has been grown from a single crystal. These are used in…

It’s important to consider a range of renewable options

EnergyMyWay is different from most renewable energy installers in that we have a wide breadth and depth of knowledge and we install a range of different technologies from heat pumps, solar thermal, solar pv, wind turbines and biomass boilers. For clients who want an eco make over for their property…

Latest news on the Renewable Heat Incentive

Following the failure to get decision documents out before Christmas, we now have the latest information on RHI timings. DECC has taken all the decisions that are within its power, but the documents are delayed for approval from other departments. The main sticking point is air quality, where DECC and…

EnergyMyWay extends area of coverage

With our network of regional offices we can now offer our services throughout the South East, South West and East Midlands and the central belt of Scotland. We cover Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Home Counties Cambridgeshire, East Anglia Surrey, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Somerset, Devon, Cornwall, East Midlands, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Lothian, Edinburgh & Glasgow.

Climate Change Minister Supports Microgeneration

Microgeneration Strategy to give certainty and clarity to industry and consumers Climate Change Minister Greg Barker today launched a formal consultation document on the coalition?s Microgeneration Strategy. When coupled with the roll out of smart meters and the Green Deal ? the coalition?s national energy efficiency programme – small scale…

EnergyMyWay Open 3 New Offices in 2011

EnergyMyWay are proud to announce the opening of three new offices in January 2011. Due to the demand for quality independent advice and installation services for renewable energy technologies we have opened a further three regional offices bringing the total to eight.  The new offices are in Edinburgh, Cambridge and Rickmansworth complementing our existing…

Cornwall Council Gives The Go Ahead to Solar Park

Councillors in Cornwall have given the go ahead for a 25 acre “solar park” which should produce 5MW (5 million watts) of electricity which is approximately the same as 2000 – 2500 domestic PV installations would produce. The project is being funded by the Foresight Group, a British venture capitalists…

Information Regarding Solar PV

On this page we have grouped together the links to EnergyMyWay blogs which contain further information regarding Solar PV. How solar PV panels work The EnergyMyWay survey & installation process How Feed in Tariffs are calculated How to Claim Feed in Tariffs How to compare quotes for a PV installation…

Make Your Money Work For You.

With inflation on the increase and interest rates remaining low those fortunate enough to have savings are not getting a return on them. The CPI (Consumer Prices Index) climbed to 3.3 per cent from 3.2 per cent, while inflation, as measured by the Retail Prices Index jumped from 4.5 per…

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