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From panels on roofs glinting in the sun, to churning turbines in streams and brooks, home-grown local energy generation is really flourishing across the UK, supplying thousands of our homes and businesses with clean green power. This revolution in small-scale … Continue reading
Juliet Davenport and Darren Braham call for a rethink on certain elements of proposed energy retail market reforms.
In light of the recent legal debates regarding the FiT, Ministers have came out claiming it was a necessity to slash the subsidies as quickly as they did, because the cost of the panels has nearly halved in the past … Continue reading
There has been much discussion recently about the feed in tariff system of supporting renewable energy in the UK. For those who aren’t aware, feed in tariffs are a way of supporting renewable energy in the UK. They are used … Continue reading
Feed-In Tariffs are here now, but are they just another way in which the middle classes can use their houses to generate cash? Not necessarily: we’re involved in a project that shows the real social potential of Feed-in Tariffs. We … Continue reading
Anyone with at least a passing interest in energy efficiency who read Thursday’s Guardian may have had their interest piqued perhaps more than usual by the supplement slipped between the paper’s sections. The Energy Saving Trust was high profile in … Continue reading