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    • electricity pylon Minister welcomes energy storage trial

      Climate change secretary Amber Rudd has today welcomed the start of trials at the largest electricity storage facility of its type in Europe. After testing of the giant battery – known as the Smarter Network Storage facility at Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire – it will now be trialled for two years by UK Power Networks, which distributes […]

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  • News

    • Rural Energy Rural Energy opens new training centre

      Rural Energy has opened its Biomass Training and Skills Centre in Leicestershire to up-skill engineers from across the heating and renewables sector. Investing more than £150,000 into the facility, Rural Energy has fully equipped the 1,800 square foot training space […]

    • L-R Jason Hobson (managing director), Tricia Holland (CEO), Keith Gledhill (founder & president), Alan Fazakerley and Houghton Gledhill (founder & chairman) Gledhill’s expansion prompts larger depot move

      Gledhill is investing in a new 5,457 sq ft depot to meet increased demand for cylinders in the West Midlands. Located just off junctions one and two of the M5 in Oldbury, the new depot replaces Gledhill’s Dudley depot. Managing […]

    • Jodi Huggett, director of 4Eco – immerSUN 4eco director takes home national gold at The StartUps Awards

      4eco director Jodi Huggett has been crowned businesswoman of the year at the 2014 StartUps Awards, held earlier this month at London’s Kensington Roof Gardens. The judges said they were amazed by Jodi’s passion and drive to grow the 4eco […]

    • Plumbing Trade Supplies (PTS) and City Plumbing Supplies (CPS) have welcomed Stuart Hough into the role of Managing Director of spares. PTS and CPS appoint new group MD

      Plumbing Trade Supplies and City Plumbing Supplies have welcomed Stuart Hough into the role of managing director of spares. Previously a business markets director at British Gas, Stuart was involved in developing its business to business division, therefore gaining experience […]

    • bsholdings BS Holdings trebles workforce

      Northern Ireland-based BS Holdings is set to expand its workforce to 30 to meet increased demand for its biomass systems. The new engineering and management positions, which will be based at sites in both Antrim and Blackburn, will help fulfil […]

    • autumnstatement Headaches for renewables funds as Osborne cuts VCT tax breaks

      Renewable energy companies will no longer be able to give investors relief under venture capital scheme rules, George Osborne announced in last week’s Autumn Statement. The change will apply to renewable energy companies already ‘substantially benefiting’ from other government support. […]

    • Kensa Roadshow1 Kensa completes 2014 installer roadshow

      Kensa Heat Pumps has wrapped its installer roadshow for 2014 which saw it engage with over 250 MCS and Oftec installers at 18 locations. Kensa has pledged to return with the roadshows in March 2015, however, to spread the commercial […]

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  • Opinions

    • Gordon (EEC) 300dpi Opportunity knocks following Scottish referendum

      Gordon Moran, writing for the European Energy Centre, looks at the prospects that greater devolution across the UK may bring […]

    • Zenex Solar’s managing director Liz macFarlane Has Britain got talent?

      Hiring the best candidate is often fraught with difficulty. Liz MacFarlane, Zenex Solar, offers some pointers for getting it right […]

    • Bob Long, MD Eco Innovate Ltd Getting into hot water

      Heat pump specialist Bob Long revisits the topic of domestic hot water production from heat pump systems and the potential […]

    • John Holloway Contracts Director of TSG Building Services PLC. Q&A – TSG

      John Holloway is TSG’s renewables director REI: What have you got planned for 2015? JH: Our immediate aim is to […]

    • 2mins Two minutes with… Fair Energy

      Who are you? Shirley Hill, director of Fair Energy What do you do? Established in 1999 Fair Energy design, install […]

    • Steve Pester Life on earth

      Steve Pester, BRE National Solar Centre, turns his attention to proposed technical changes to guidance for PV earth connections The […]

    • Bill_Wright_ECA Current affairs

      By guest columnist Bill Wright, ECA’s head of energy solutions Once again, the threat of power shortages is dominating the […]

    • Robert Burke Making the RHI and industry led scheme

      Robert Burke, HETAS, looks at what changes we can expect concerning the domestic RHI in 2015 as the scheme begins […]

    • Plumb Center's head of sustainability Tim Pollard Pollard’s Patter

      We hit a major milestone on 29 September 2014 with over 10,000 accreditations for the domestic RHI in less than […]

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