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In Part 1 of our blog series we looked at the role that heat pumps could play in the future of UK heating. To view that blog click here ..read more
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Opinion Piece, Part One Natural Gas is often branded as a necessary transition fuel. It is commonly portrayed as the cleaner ..read more
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In Part 1 of our blog series we looked at the role that heat pumps could play in the future of UK heating. To view that blog click here ..read more
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The Government’s advisor the Committee on Climate Change recommended back in March this year that gas heating should be banned in the ..read more
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SIMEC Atlantis a sustainable energy generation company says that its MeyGen tidal turbines have now sent 17.5GWh of renewable ..read more
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The UK government has designed a ‘Smart Export Guarantee’ system which is set to replace the Feed-In-Tariff (FiT) that has been ..read more
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The UK government has designed a ‘Smart Export Guarantee’ system which is set to replace the Feed-In-Tariff (FiT) that has been ..read more
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The UK government yesterday launched a £5m fund for the financial sector to begin developing green mortgages as well as a £10m fund ..read more
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It has today been announced that VAT on solar panels and home batteries will increase from 5% to 20% as of October 2019. These changes ..read more
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Energy prices are on the rise. It was announced in February by Ofgem that 15m households will see their energy bills increase by more ..read more

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