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Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is Britain’s second investment choice after property When asked about their preferred investment areas, a survey of the British public showed 43% chose property; 33% renewable energy; 23% traditional energy (oil, coal, gas); Renewable energy is the British public’s second investment choice above ‘traditional’ energy and manufacturing, according to a new national survey. […]

Labour calls for clarity on which ‘green levies’ are under review

Shadow Energy Minister Tom Greatrex writes to Ed Davey calling for clarification on whether or not renewable energy schemes are at risk of being cut Shadow Energy Minister Tom Greatrex has challenged the government to clear up once and for all whether renewable energy schemes will be subject to the Prime Minister’s “green levy” review […]

Rising energy bills: How are you set for winter?

According to one of the leading consumer organisations in the UK, rises in energy bills expected this winter – the Big Six are forecast to raise annual bills by as much as £120 – could be catastrophic for the finances of UK property residents. So what are you doing to get ready for the colder […]

Wealden Disrict Council

Wealden District Council continue to lead the way in reducing the councils carbon footprint and working towards battling fuel poverty for the tenants of properties across the district. Ecosphere will continue it’s roll out of Solar PV across it’s sheltered home schemes vastly reducing electricity bills. Ecosphere will also be installing Panasonic Heat Pumps into […]

Ecosphere gain MCS Accreditation for Heat Pumps

Ecosphere are delighted to announce that they have recently completed MCS accreditation for Air Source Heat Pumps.

Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive tariffs set

Farmers and rural landowners installing renewable heat technology in their homes will be able to apply for up to 19.2p/kWh in government support from spring 2014. The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) last week (Friday 12 July) confirmed the tariffs for the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme – 7.3p/kWh for air-source heat pumps, […]

Green Energy could save Britain up to £100 Billion

Green energy could save Britain up to £100 billion, says Government climate advisers Households could save up to £1,200 each if only Britain built more wind farms and nuclear power stations, David Cameron’s independent energy advisers suggested today. Photo: REX By Rowena Mason, Political Correspondent 12:01AM BST 23 May 2013 The Committee on Climate Change […]

Renewable energy offers lifeline for struggling farmers

26-02-2013 10:34 AM | News, Renewable Energy Renewable energy offers lifeline for struggling farmers Record levels of interest are being reported in renewable energy as a source of income among farmers struggling financially. In a year that saw crop yields reduced and productivity down to levels seen in the 1980s, renewable energy provided support for […]

RHI Tariffs Review

RHI tariffs up for review following underspend Green policy news – by Louise Bateman 27th February 2013 The Government is to look at changing the tariffs for its subsidies to encourage homes and businesses to switch to renewable heating systems, such as solar thermal and biomass, following a significant underspend in its annual budget and […]

EU Levy on Chinese Panels

EU to Register Chinese Solar Panels, Highlighting Tariff Threat The European Union ordered its customs officials to register imports of Chinese solar panels, underscoring the threat of tariffs on the shipments in the biggest EU trade dispute of its kind. The step, part of inquiries into whether Chinese producers of solar panels receive trade-distorting government […]