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Domestic RHI back to growth after a slow January
Tweet UK Domestic Renewable Heat Update – March 2015 The latest data available for the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive covers the period from the launch
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The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive is a UK Government scheme to encourage the use of renewable heating technologies. Householders receive quarterly payments for a period of 7 years...
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New renewable heat installations in the UK continue their month on month growth and biomass continues to surge forward.
New renewable heat installations in the UK continue their month on month growth with November accounting for a record 1,195 installations across all technologies.
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If you follow the UK solar market, you know that the last few years have been a roller coaster ride. First, the government offered great solar incentives (feed-in tariffs) to encourage people to in...
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Analysis of domestic #solar panel costs and returns in the UK shows costs have fallen 62% since the start of FIT and returns are at a near record high and well ahead of 2010 levels.
This report compares UK domestic solar panel costs and returns over the period from the launch of the Feed in Tariff in 2010, through to 2014.
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October sees continued installation growth for domestic renewable heat.
Latest figures for the Domestic RHI show continued UK installation growth in October 2014 for biomass, heat pumps and solar thermal.
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January a slow month for domestic renewable heat as biomass recovers from December rush!
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FiT data shows solar PV installs strong through 2014 with Q4 a strong end to a strong year for solar PV. Both wind and anaerobic digestion with much lower installation numbers are adding generating capacity all the time.
The fourth quarter of 2014 was a strong end to a strong year for the UK Feed in Tariff scheme and saw installations reach 560,825 and a total installed capacity of 2,988.46 MW.
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If you follow the UK solar market, you know that the last few years have been a roller coaster ride. First, the government offered great solar incentives (feed-in tariffs) to encourage people to install solar panels on their roofs. Then, the government…
If you follow the UK solar market, you know that the last few years have been a roller coaster ride. First, the government offered great solar incentives (feed-in tariffs) to encourage people to in...
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Given that your solar panel system could have earned you 41.3p/kWh in 2010 and will only earn 14.38p/kWh if you get it installed today, is it still a good investment?
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UK Domestic Renewable Heat Update shows growth for #biomass #heatpumps and #solarthermal
The UK Domestic Renewable Heat Updates look at uptake, growth and technology mix of domestic renewable heating in the UK. Last updated 28th November, 2014.
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Solar PV will see a FIT rate reduction from January 1st 2015. New tariff rates will see degression kick in for installations up to 50kWh.
Ofgem have announced new solar PV Feed in Tariff rates that will take effect from January 1st 2015. The new solar PV tariff rates will apply for the first
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