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    • electricity pylon Government extends solar planning permission

      The government has confirmed that it will extend permitted development to all rooftop solar up to 1MW. The current limit for solar installations which do not require planning permission is 50kW. Both the REA and STA have welcomed the move as a way of increasing deployment in the commercial sector. Renewable Energy Association’s chief executive, Dr […]

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  • News

    • 019 The Ecodan exhibition van Mitsubishi Electric announce dates for Housing Association Roadshow

      Mitsubishi Electric has announced the dates for a nationwide roadshow which targets social housing providers that have renewable energy targets. The free, half day events are designed to help housing associations and local authorities by providing information on legislation, the RHI and […]

    • EELEC Green Energy Flyer Print - Edmundsons Edmundson Electrical partner with Sharp Solar

      Edmundson Electrical Greentech has been appointed the sole distributor in the UK for Sharp Solar’s PV modules. Installers using Sharp Solar’s Hitachi finance scheme for end-customers will be able to buy panels and energy storage products via Edmundson Electrical Greentech branches. […]

    • judges combo Judges confirmed for Heating & Renewables Awards

      REI is delighted to announce the four judges who will join editor Paul Stephen on the panel for this year’s Heating & Renewables Awards. Bill Wright (ECA), Dave Sowden (SEA) and Michael Harvey (HETAS) continue in their roles from last […]

    • niceic.php NICEIC calls for more women in construction

      NICEIC has welcomed a new report by the NHBC Foundation which calls for more action to boost the number of young women in the construction industry. Research by the NHBC Foundation indicates that while a third of young boys and […]

    • Romag Plant Romag join forces with Russell Roof Tiles

      Russell Roof Tiles has partnered with Romag to meet increased demands for in-roof PV systems. The tile manufacturer has been working with Romag for six months to integrate in-roof PV systems with its portfolio of tiles products. On of the […]

    • Voltec Solar's senior vice president Markus Schaefer PV Kits Direct UK partners with Voltec

      European PV manufacturer Voltec Solar has expanded its presence in the UK by signing a distribution agreement with PV Kits Direct. Voltec Solar closed 2014 reporting its most successful year ever with turnover doubling since 2013. PV Kits Direct managing […]

    • STA logo New solar trade body launched in Scotland

      Members of the Solar Trade Association (STA) have launched a new Scotland branch in Edinburgh. STA Scotland will focus on advising and developing policy north of the border with the Scottish government. Scotland already has 35,000 homes and 600 businesses […]

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  • Opinions

    • Stephen O'Hara, Elmhurst Energy ESOS spells gain not pain

      Elmhurst Energy believes the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) will provide significant long term energy and costs savings to the […]

    • Dinas Powys Making the most of Green Deal

      With a few weeks left for remaining Green Deal vouchers to be redeemed, Brett Langdon of external wall insulation systems […]

    • viridian Two minutes with… Viridian

      Q: Who are you? Stuart Elmes, Esq. Q: What do you do? I’m founder and chief executive of Viridian Solar. […]

    • Paul McCullagh, chief executive of UrbanWind Q&A – Paul McCullagh, UrbanWind

      REI: What have you got planned for 2015? PM: 2015 is set to be a watershed year for us, with […]

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

      So, 2015 is well underway  and what progress has been  made? Nearly one year on the launch of the domestic […]

    • Zenex Solar’s managing director Liz macFarlane Talking point

      Liz MacFarlane, Zenex Solar, contemplates TV stardom and the frenetic pace of the solar sector The world of renewables is […]

    • HETAS72rgb Improving air quality

      Robert Burke, HETAS, warns that the reputation of the entire biomass sector is at stake if the persistent problem of […]

    • Gordon (EEC) 300dpi Falling oil prices and UK renewables

      Gordon Moran, writing for the European Energy Centre, explores the beneficial effects of falling oil prices on the UK renewable […]

    • Bill_Wright_ECA Current affairs

      By guest columnist Bill Wright, head of energy solutions, Electrical Contractors’ Association What do you think of when you see […]

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