Renewable Energy News

Solar Panels in Yorkshire. Install before Tariff cuts

Solar Panels in Yorkshire and throughout UK There has been a lot of discussion surrounding proposed 87% cuts to FiT subsidies for self-generation from January 2016 and our advice is to book in your solar installation as soon as possible to avoid disappointment, but make sure you use a reliable…

Choose a trusted Solar PV installer

With the expected rush to place orders for solar PV installations underway, we are getting feedback from potential clients that there are still unscrupulous companies and installers out there aiming to cash in on the rush to have solar installations completed within the next few months so make sure you…

Purchase Solar Panels before the Cuts

Purchase Solar Panels from EnergyMyWay, act now We install solar panels nationally for homeowners who want trustworthy panels that will qualify for earnings from the Government Feed-in Tariff. If you are hoping to purchase solar panels before the cuts to the Feed-in Tariff, we urge you to book in your free survey with…

EnergyMyWay reappointed LG Pro Partner

EnergyMyWay Lincolnshire is delighted to have been re-appointed earlier this year as an LG Pro Partner for 2015. Building on the many earlier installations of the LG Neon Mono X panels, this Solar Panel Lincolnshire installer is now starting to fit the new LG Neon2 range with excellent results in…

Drastic cuts to Feed-in Tariff. Our Advice? Rush but Don’t Trip

Advice to homeowners  as government announces huge cuts to Solar Feed-in Tariff.   The government?s announced plans to slash money that can be earned from the Solar Feed-in Tariff by 87%, means that anyone who has ever considered solar will need to act quickly and ensure panels are installed before the end…

Why You Should Be Researching Ground Source Heat Pumps – Not Geothermal Energy

We?ve seen the two terms used almost interchangeably, but they have different uses Whilst there are some obvious similarities between geothermal and ground source heat pump systems, there are also some important, and crucial, differences. Both of these systems rely on extracting and harnessing energy from below ground and, as…

New REI funded solar scheme for all UK businesses

Fully funded solar energy is now available for every UK business According to the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC), approximately 8,500 UK businesses are already reaping the benefits of renewable solar PV energy. With energy costs in the non-residential sector increasing on average  by 6.6% each year, UK…

How do government changes to subsidies affect those considering solar?

DECC announces planned cuts to Solar Farm subsidies The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) today revealed its consultation seeking to remove all Renewable Obligation (RO) support for Solar Farms from 1st April 2016. This has come after weeks of speculation and rumours of a “big reset” following an over-allocation of…

Biomass heat encouraged in new Scottish Government report

In the latest review of heat generation in Scotland  ?Towards Decarbonising Heat: Maximinising Opportunities for Scotland?, the Scottish Government outlines its support for biomass heat. Heat in the Energy System The report says ? Heat is at the core of Scotland?s energy system. It is the biggest element of our…

Winners! EnergyMyWay Lincolnshire celebrates double award

EnergyMyWay Lincolnshire has been officially recognised, once again, as the best in the business for energy in the county. At last night’s ceremony for the Lincolnshire Energy Awards, Richard Jones and the team collected two prestigious awards and were runner up in a third. Congratulations on the well deserved accolades,…

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