Renewable Energy News

Why you should install a Biomass Boiler by 1 April

Biomass or Wood Pellet Boilers and the Domestic RHI The Domestic RHI is probably the best thing ever to happen to energy-conscious homeowners. It?s been a boon for kick-starting renewable heating adoption in UK homes, meaning cheaper energy bills forever, and freedom from reliance on the world?s oil and gas…

Effecta Wood Pellet Boilers Provide Incredible Flexibility

EnergyMyWay has been installing Effecta wood pellet boilers in Lincolnshire for over 3 years now.  The latest generation of boilers offer a great deal of flexibility in how they can be connected to British heating systems. Five of their new Komplett III biomass boilers have been installed in Lincolnshire and…

Popularity of solar panels leads to Feed-in Tariff cut from April 2015

The Feed-in Tariff rates for Solar PV will reduce by 3.5% from April 2015, according to the latest figures published by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). The changes are as a result of the increasing popularity of Solar PV and will effect both the 0-10kW and 50kW-5MW systems….

Why cheaper oil doesn’t offer long-term peace of mind

The dramatic and rapid drop in the price of oil has been described by experts as an ‘oil shock’. At EnergyMyWay we see it as further proof, where the world’s most influential single commodity is concerned, that anything can happen. Many of our customers asks us for our predictions on…

Healthy Market for 2MW to 5MW Solar Farm Sites

Making the Most of Incentives and Developments in the Solar Farm Market Squeeze on Incentives & Grid Our recent experiences suggest that regardless of the Government?s squeeze on incentives ? and in spite of the electrical grid?s dwindling capacity for new, large-scale generation connections ? many more farmers and landed…

Wood burners and biomass boilers – what’s the difference?

Here?s our guide to the difference types of wood-fueled heating and how to choose what is right for you There are a lot of ways to heat your home using wood fuel, all are economically beneficial and sustainable, but with so much to choose from it?s easy to get bogged…

Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive rates for January announced

Popularity of Biomass Boilers drives Renewable Heat Incentive rate adjustment The government’s Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced a 10% reduction in the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) rates for biomass boilers in January 2015. This change comes as a reaction to the huge demand for biomass…

Biomass Boilers remain healthy investment for 2015

Renewable Heat Incentive non-Domestic rate announced for January 2015 The government has confirmed that it will continue to reward businesses who switch to biomass boiler heating systems in 2015. The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced the non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive rates for the period starting on 1 January…

Renewables must grow to 80% of power sector says IPCC

In a stark report the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says that most of the world’s electricity can – and must – be produced from low-carbon sources and that the unrestricted use of fossil fuels must be phased out by 2100 if the world is to avoid dangerous climate change. The…

Solar Panels should be ordered now before FiT rate drop in January

Ofgem has confirmed that the Feed-in Tariff rate for Solar PV installations <50kW will drop on 1st January 2015 by 3.5%. Solar panel installations on domestic roofs and smaller commercial systems that are commissioned before the end of the year will be locked into today’s higher rate for 20 years, tax-free, so…

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