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Blogs tagged by Renewable energy
Solar power on Britain’s home rooftops has a greater capacity than the country’s largest single power station. Yet earlier this year HMRC confirmed a proposed VAT increase for the installation of solar and storage
Posted by: Juliet Davenport | Posted on: 06.09.2019Read more
On a Friday afternoon this August, the UK electricity grid saw significant outages. So what was supposed to happen?
Posted by: Thomas Harrison | Posted on: 27.08.2019Read more
Good Energy is exempt from the price cap because we do much more to support growth in renewables and clean technologies than others. And because our customers have actively chosen our tariffs to contribute to that support.
Posted by: Juliet Davenport | Posted on: 01.08.2019Read more
The energy needed to keep Britain warm is enormous. Our collective heating demands across the country — homes, businesses, industry — often dwarf our power hungry tea habits. How do we make it greener?
Posted by: Adam Wentworth | Posted on: 26.07.2019Read more
E.ON is switching all its domestic customers to a '100% renewable' tariff. Good news, but too good to be true?
Posted by: Thomas Harrison | Posted on: 15.07.2019Read more
“Necessary, feasible and cost effective”. That’s what the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) says about achieving net zero UK greenhouse gas emissions in its new all-encompassing report.
Posted by: Ian McKee | Posted on: 02.05.2019Read more
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