Biomass CHP The British government has announced a “transitional period” which will allow many biomass CHP projects under construction to be completed. In July this year – with no formal consultation with industry and only 21 days notification – the Government introduced changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive tariffs for biomass combined heat and power […]
Swindon’s Solar Bonds Swindon Borough Council (SBC) is preparing to launch a second solar bond following the success of its first local authority led investment offer earlier this year, which closed a month early after raising almost £2 million. If approved at a council meeting on 19 October, Swindon’s second solar bond would fund a […]
Havering Solar Havering could become the first London council to be powered by solar energy. Plans to develop two solar parks in Gerpins Lane, in Corbets Tey, Upminster, and on the land adjacent to Dagnam Parkin Harold Hill. The renewable energy could generate up to £1million a year for the council and would be used […]
Scottish Water goes solar SCOTTISH Water has unveiled its single biggest ever investment in solar energy projects as it seeks to drive down carbon emissions and costs a sites across Scotland. The utility has pledged to spend £9 million in solar projects at assets around the country over the next three years through its Scottish […]
Solar Storage Tesla Motors will unveil a new integrated product involving solar power, battery storage and Tesla charger on 28 October. Elon Musk, chairman and chief executive of Tesla and largest shareholder in both SolarCity and Tesla, once again drew great interest with a Twitter announcement.