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PREDICTING FUTURE SOLAR ENERGY USAGE MODELS

In our latest blog series, we’ve been exploring how the government’s new Smart Export Guarantee might work. Whilst we know the guarantee will mean that solar panel owners can export surplus energy at the most advantageous times of day, we also need to think about developing mechanisms to capture and…

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CREATING A COMPETITIVE MARKET FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY

CREATING A COMPETITIVE MARKET FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY The government’s new plans to implement a Smart Export Guarantee for solar panel owners from 1st January 2020 could represent a significant step towards creating a cleaner, greener future. Unlike the previous Feed-In Tariff, the Smart Export Guarantee will see solar panel owners being…

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THE SMART EXPORT GUARANTEE EXPLAINED

Over the past decade, our use of electricity has become much less predictable. We have a lot more devices but they’re more energy efficient. Our homes are better insulated. And today, we have more households than ever producing their own energy through solar panels. This trend began with the introduction…

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Human Resources Manager

The Human Resources Manager originates and leads Human Resources practices and objectives that will provide an employee-oriented, high-performance culture that emphasizes empowerment, quality, productivity, and standards. The Human Resources Manager will lead the ongoing development in line with the company values.

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The future of energy distribution

We are on the cusp of change and decisions on ‘who charges who, and what’ are a matter of significant ongoing discussion. ‘Charging Futures’ is a programme coordinating the reform of electricity access and charging arrangements in collaboration with users of Great Britain’s electricity network. It notes that the energy…

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Energy distribution and fuel poverty

It could be argued that only the homeowners at the upper end of the social spectrum, and big businesses have the resources to choose renewable technologies. Often the less well-off, and smaller businesses do not have the freedom to make that choice. More renewable technology means more electricity will be…

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What happens with our surplus energy?

In the UK, with our current centralised energy distribution system, consumers must pay a cost per unit (known as kilowatt hours or kWh) along with the costs associated with the production and distribution; some of which can be included in the kWh unit figures or a separate fixed standing charge.…

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Can energy generation and distribution ever be ethical?

Renewable energy generating solutions like solar, wind and geothermal are gathering pace across the globe. However, the development of these technologies often requires government subsidies and incentives, which can raise questions of freedom, fairness, and equality. In simple terms not all communities have the freedom to choose renewable energy solutions.…

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Benefits to customers

  The recent influx of smaller energy companies is disrupting the market. There are now 60+ energy suppliers in the UK market – a fourfold increase compared to a decade ago. These energy providers have been credited with opening up competition in the energy space, leading to better deals for…

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Eco2solar announce exclusive deal with redrow

Redrow Homes

Eco2solar announce exclusive deal with Redrow One of the largest housebuilders in the UK, Redrow Homes, has selected Kidderminster-based solar experts Eco2Solar to provide integrated solar PV systems for all its new housing developments with a low carbon requirement. Redrow has selected Eco2Solar as their nominated partner and have signed…

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