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Energy Bills are rising – What can you do about it

Energy Bills are rising – What can you do about it

October 13, 2021

The last 18 months have been tough for many businesses as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. With energy pricing increasing by 30% in 2022,its increasingly beneficial to implement a sustainable and renewables strategy.

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England to become first country requiring all new homes to have EV Chargers

England to become first country requiring all new homes to have EV Chargers

September 16, 2021

The Government has announced that legislation will be introduced before next year which will require the installation of charging points on all new-build properties in England. The legislation aims to address concerns over a shortage of plug-in points and will also require all chargers to be “smart” devices that will ensure batteries can be replenished without overloading the grid.

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World's First Major Net Zero Carbon Football Game

World's First Major Net Zero Carbon Football Game

September 9, 2021

The 19th September will bring the world's first Net-Zero Carbon Football game when Spurs face Chelsea.

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Solar Photovoltaic for the NHS

Solar Photovoltaic for the NHS

September 1, 2021

In addition to taking up the largest chunk of UK carbon emissions, the NHS accounts for around 4% of the nation's greenhouse gas emissions. During the past decade, emissions have been cut by almost a fifth, and they plan to reduce them by another 80% between 2028 and 2032 and to become net-zero by 2040.

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6 factors to consider when hiring an electrical conductor

6 factors to consider when hiring an electrical conductor

March 1, 2019

Electrical services on commercial sector should only be offered by professional electricians. Wiring and other installations are not services that can just be undertaken by inexperienced individual or company hoping that installation will turn out just okay.

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5 Benefits of Solar Panels for Schools, Colleges and Universities

5 Benefits of Solar Panels for Schools, Colleges and Universities

March 1, 2019

For most people, solar panels are synonymous with residential and commercial use. People put solar panels on their homes to cover electric bills, and augment their commercial buildings to draw new business and “go green.”

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Who invented the light bulb?

Who invented the light bulb?

February 19, 2019

Though Thomas Edison is usually credited with the invention of the light bulb, the famous American inventor wasn't the only one who contributed to the development of this revolutionary technology. Many other notable figures are also remembered for their work with electric batteries, lamps and the creation of the first incandescent bulbs.

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How to clean solar panels

How to clean solar panels

February 8, 2019

Solar panels are generally self cleaning, but in particularly dry areas or where panel tilt is minimal, dust and other substances such as bird droppings can build up over time and impact on the amount electricity generated by a module.

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What are the best solar panels on the market? Complete panel rank

What are the best solar panels on the market? Complete panel rank

February 8, 2019

Finding the best solar panels for your home can feel like a daunting challenge. There are more than a hundred different brands of solar panels and other solar equipment on the market at any given point. In this article, we’ll discuss how solar panel manufacturers stack up to one another, and who makes the best solar panels.

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The world's 6 coolest solar powered projects

The world's 6 coolest solar powered projects

January 25, 2019

It is amazing what can be constructed from material that was to be thrown away. That is what occurred with Sanyo who aimed to make the largest PV system in the world, a 3.4 MW installation, in order to mark its 50th anniversary. The problem? The company’s monocrystalline cell scandal that saw thousands of units recalled, and all of the reclaimed cells were destined for the dump.

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Electrical safety in your home

Electrical safety in your home

January 22, 2019

Many electrical jobs in the home must be approved by your Local Authority’s Building Control department unless they are carried out by a qualified tradesman who is registered with a Competent Person Scheme.

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Solar batteries: who makes the best solar battery?

Solar batteries: who makes the best solar battery?

January 22, 2019

Did you know that in just one hour the sun radiates more energy than the whole world uses in a year? That’s free energy that the vast majority of us are missing out on, but solar battery storage systems are changing the game.

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Looming deadline for solar feed-in tariff

Looming deadline for solar feed-in tariff

January 21, 2019

The UK Government has confirmed that from April 2019 it will axe payments for generating electricity from solar panels. Homeowners considering switching to solar panel systems should do it now - before a cut-off point next year that could strip the opportunity for large financial incentives.

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Renewables to be the 'dominant force' in GB power by 2020

Renewables to be the 'dominant force' in GB power by 2020

January 18, 2019

Solar is to help renewables become the “dominant force” of Great Britain’s energy mix by as early as next year, a new report has found.

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