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May 18, 2010
By Emma Hughes
Now that April 1st has come and gone, all eyes are firmly focused on the UK renewable energy market. With a strong feed-in tariff provided generously by the UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), which pays 41.3p/kWh of solar photovoltaic energy generated, everyone is eager to see whether the amount of solar installations in the country is really going to be as high as hoped.
May 4, 2010
By Martin Cotterell
This is both Sundog Energy’s reason for existence and also the title of a forthcoming one day seminar in Munich (on the 8th June, immediately prior to the annual InterSolar trade show).
July 16, 2009
By Emma Hughes
The UK government announced its plans to concentrate on renewable energy and the policies fit for this move in July this year, what follows this announcement, we are all eager to find out. There were many lengthy documents outlining separate aspects of the plans, yet all seem to be pointing towards one thing: the fact that nothing is yet set in stone….

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