TFA Chairman to discuss renewable energy at OFC

The Oxford Farming Conference (OFC) begins today, with a packed agenda and a number of high-profile speakers. The Tenant Farmers Association’s National Chairman, Stephen Wyrill, will take part in a panel session focusing on the sustainability and resili...

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RES announces first energy storage project in the UK

Renewable Energy Systems (RES) has announced its first UK contract to build and support a battery energy storage system (BESS). This contract represents one of the first energy storage projects in the UK to be delivered under a fully-wrapped Engineering, ...

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RenewableUK appoints new Chief Executive

RenewableUK has announced that Hugh McNeal has been appointed as the trade association’s new Chief Executive. Mr McNeal is currently Director of Change at the Department of Energy and Climate Change, where he has improved the department’s efficiency a...

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Opus Energy announces its 2000th generator

The UK’s sixth largest independent energy supplier to UK businesses, Opus Energy, has commissioned its 2,000th renewable energy generator, pursuing its business objective of promoting the use of renewable energy across the UK. The generator, a 500kW...

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Increase in solar installations ahead of cut

The Department of Energy and Climate Change has released its latest statistics on solar deployment under the Feed-in Tariff scheme until the end of 2015. The statistics show that domestic and commercial rooftop solar almost doubled from October to Decembe...

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Renewable energy demand in Europe reaches record levels

The demand for renewable electricity in Europe continued to grow in 2015, according to the Association of Issuing Bodies (AIB). Growth was up more than 8% from 2014 and surpassed 340 TWh. Behind this growth are thousands of businesses and millions of hou...

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Does solar add value to homes?

The Solar Trade Association (STA) has called for more research into whether or not solar panels add value to UK homes. In November of last year Barclays Mortgages published the results of an online poll carried out with YouGov showing that UK homeowners w...

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Northumbria University invests in solar energy

Northumbria University has taken significant steps to increase its use of solar energy to help reduce its carbon emissions. The University has just completed an investment in one of the largest installations of solar panels in Newcastle on the roof of its...

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