Monthly Archive: April 2019

A Makeover for Solar Panels 0

A Makeover for Solar Panels

Solar panels, while useful and extremely valuable in the world of renewables, are often thought to be ugly, especially when on the top of your house! A new project in Devon has begun and...

The EU and Climate Targets 0

The EU and Climate Targets

Climate change targets in the European Union are on track to be met by 2020. Of the 28 countries in the EU, 11 of them have not only met their targets but surpassed them....

Will the grid receive my export for free? 0

Will the grid receive my export for free?

The Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) scheme has been closed since the beginning of this month (April 2019), but there are still unanswered questions for what this means for many new and existing solar panel owners. In...

German Coal conversion to Heat Pump Energy Storage 0

German Coal conversion to Heat Pump Energy Storage

Germany, like many other countries, has coal plants used to produce power all over the country. However, due to new investments in renewables and tackling climate change, it is now being investigated whether these coal plants could be used as energy...

UK’s Long Term Water Issues 0

UK’s Long Term Water Issues

There are new concerns from the environment agency that the UK could face water shortages in the future. The number of people living in the UK is rising and climate change means our weather is warmer than average. Concerns have...

New renting rules: the landlord price cap comes into effect 0

New renting rules: the landlord price cap comes into effect

Targeting poor domestic energy efficiency and ‘slumlords’ has long been an environmental and social mission for the government. The domestic energy sector is responsible for the largest energy consumption in the UK, higher than...