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    • electricity pylon Industry slams Rudd’s energy ‘reset’ speech

      Energy secretary Amber Rudd has been condemned by the renewables sector for an over-reliance on fossil fuels in her plans for the UK’s future energy mix. The headline announcement of Ms Rudd’s ‘energy reset’ speech this week was the government’s intention to phase out all coal-fired generation within the next 10 years, as it seeks […]

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    • 170 AES Chariity donation Charities benefit from Hampshire firm’s award win

      Two charities have each received a cheque for £500 from Mitsubishi Electric, after Abel Environmental Services (AES) scooped one the manufacturer’s special awards. Mitsubishi Electric presents an annual Green Gateway Award in recognition of outstanding customer service, and makes a […]

    • Parliament REA issues CSR wishlist

      The Renewable Energy Association has put forward its top 10 wishlist to support renewables, ahead of the Comprehensive Spending Review On Wednesday afternoon (25/11/15), the government will announce its spending plans for departments including DECC. It will determine how much […]

    • SOLiC complete pack small Earthwise partners with PV Kits Direct

      Earthwise Products has appointed PV Kits Direct as a new distributor of the SOLiC 200. Iain McRitchie, managing director of Earthwise Products, said: “We’re delighted to be working with PV Kits Direct following our meeting at Solar Energy UK. There […]

    • Michael Wright of Yorkshire Heat Pumps Homeowners urged to avoid VAT rise on renewables

      Potential renewables customers are being urged to act now, in order to avoid an increase in VAT expected in April 2016. The five percent reduced rate of VAT currently levied on green energy products is due to rise to 20 […]

    • houses money Solar subsidies 22 times less than people think, says poll

      Subsidies for solar are 22 times less than the general public perceive, according to a new YouGov poll commissioned by the Solar Trade Association. On average, respondents with a view estimated that solar added £196 per annum to household energy […]

    • Paul REI editor stands down

      REI editor Paul Stephen is stepping down from his role after four years with the title. He leaves his position to join the editorial team at a B2C title in the transport sector. His responsibilities will be taken over by experienced cleantech […]

    • Powering the Future exhibition at the 
Glasgow Science Centre 
Dancing on  beside the the energy dance floor which lights up as people dance on it are Duncan Smith (left) of the Science Centre exhibition team and Jillian McGarva , senior science communicator (right) 

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first use only. Powering the Future exhibition prepares to shed light on critical issues

      Glasgow Science Centre is counting down to the launch of Powering the Future – a £1.5m exhibition focusing on the future of energy supply in the UK. Launching on December 10, Powering the Future will use 60 thought-provoking interactive exhibits to encourage […]

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    • Image-Nedap-PowerRouter-Solar-Battery Rexel partners with Nedap

      Rexel Energy Solutions has announced a partnership with Nedap to distribute its retrofit power diversion device. The PowerRouter works with PV […]

    • SONY DSC Herz release dual fuel biomass boiler

      Herz Biomass UK has launched a new dual-fuel boiler for the domestic and light commercial sector – burning both logs […]