The Energy Efficiency & Renewables Awards are back!
This autumn the prestigious Energy Efficiency & Renewables Awards will be inspiring the industry to greater heights once again. Brought to you by A&D Publishing, working in partnership with Energise, the awards are well known for being the best evening’s entertainment in the industry. Provisional categories for this year’s Energy Efficiency & Renewables Awards include: […]
- The Energy Efficiency & Renewables Awards are back!
Time running out for Guardian/Observer Ethical Awards entries
Time is running out for REI readers to enter the Guardian/Observer Ethical Awards. Entry is free, only takes a few minutes but will close on Fri 21 March. Said The Guardian’s Lucy Siegle: “There’s a lot of energy around this […]
Great offers to be had at Practical Installer
Installers attending Ecobuild 2014 can benefit from impressive product and training offers, thanks to Plumb and Parts Center. During the show installers can get up to £300 off an accredited renewables training course, which comes with the full Easy MCS […]
2013 – a bumper year for wind power
Provisional statistics released today by the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) show that the amount of electricity produced by wind grew 38 percent from 2012 to 2013. In total the amount of energy generated by wind grew from […]
£685k available to social landlords in the South West
Ready for Retrofit is inviting social landlords from across the South West to apply for funding to install energy efficiency and micro generation retrofit measures in social housing. The organisation is releasing funds of £685,000 to support the installation of […]
Daikin supports RHI training boost
Daikin UK has welcomed the government’s recent pledge of an extra £150,000 of funding for renewable heating systems installation and maintenance training. This, the company says, is vital to ensure there are sufficient installers skilled in the installation of renewable […]
Glow-worm helps save rainforest with £40k donation
Glow-worm has donated £40,000 to rainforest communities in Peru via Cool Earth. The donation will help make a significant contribution towards protecting Peru’s endangered rainforests, as well as providing access to healthcare for vulnerable people living in the rainforest’s indigenous […]
ECO needs overhaul, says Futureproof
Energy secretary Ed Davey has been called on to “overhaul” the way the Energy Companies Obligation scheme is administered. Under the ECO, the Big Six energy suppliers are expected to invest around £1billion a year to provide almost 250,000 low […]
- Time running out for Guardian/Observer Ethical Awards entries
RHI – Are we ready?
As we gear up for the launch of the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (DRHI), Robert Burke, HETAS, asks: Is the […]
With the domestic RHI so close to finally becoming reality, there is a grave danger that insufficient levels of skills […]
By guest columnist Bill Wright, head of energy solutions, Electrical Contractors’ Association The recent weather and resulting power cuts have […]
Kim Mann, Krannich Solar, discusses the latest solar PV FiT rates for 1 April onwards and how the degression mechanism […]
Q&A – Mitsubishi Electric
What have you got planned for 2014? I see this as a big year for product development with lots of […]
Two minutes with Yorkshire Heat Pumps
Who are you? Michael Wright – owner and director of Yorkshire Heat Pumps and Michael Wright Kitchens & Interiors. What […]
Let’s hope when we look back on 2014 we’ll have made major strides towards convincing the public, business and government […]
Developments continue apace at BRE and the National Solar Centre with a busy summer season to look forward to, as […]
Centre of excellence
The consolidation of the PV industry means that professional training continues to be highly sought after by clients and renewable […]
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- RHI – Are we ready?