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Feed-in-Tariff Changes for Solar PV

The Feed in Tariff for Solar PV changes from the 1st July, and not 1st August as previously proposed by the Government, which has put a few solar industry noses out of joint. There will be modest reductions for domestic … Continue reading

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Questions for Solar Installers

Questions to ask your Solar PV supplier

Here are a few things you should think about asking when you’re talking to a solar PV company about getting a system fitted: What type of panels they are going to install? Crystalline silicon is the most commonly used Solar … Continue reading

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Green Deal and FIT to work alongside one another

In February I blogged about DECC’s position on customers signing up for a Green Deal loan and receiving FITs and how the two schemes would work together. At the time, their stance was that customers could claim both as long … Continue reading

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Energy Price Forecasts

5 reasons to stay in the Solar PV market

News in recent weeks has been filled with mixed messages about solar PV. The first of November heralded another cut to the FIT solar PV generation tariff from 16p to 15.44p/kWh. Whether these cuts are in line with module price … Continue reading

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Is Solar PV still worth it?

Last chance to make money with Solar PV?

Anyone installing a Solar PV system in England can still make good money, reducing their impact on the environment and their energy bills. Through the government’s Feed-In Tariff scheme, payments are made for every unit of electricity generated by the … Continue reading

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