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July 13, 2010
British Gas’ Green Streets programme has found that the UK’s churches and religious buildings could raise a combined total of £34 million a year by installing solar power through the country’s feed-in tariff (FiT) scheme.
July 13, 2010
UK Climate Change Minister, Greg Barker, has launched the first stage of the Government’s plans to help communities become more self-sufficient in the way they use heat and power. While the feed-in tariff has begun to help increase the amount of renewable energy installations in the UK, the Government…
July 13, 2010
GE and Solarcentury have formed a partnership to provide financial services support for its Solar4Schools programme. The programme, which has already installed solar electric systems in over 250 schools…
July 8, 2010
New rules published by Ofgem on July 1 stipulate that energy providers must now produce improved energy bills and annual statements, which provide more in-depth details on energy use.
July 8, 2010
Investor and banking group Investec said on July 7 that Britain's plan to switch from the market-based renewable obligation subsidy scheme to a feed-in tariff scheme could deter investors and delay clean energy projects.
July 8, 2010
CNPV Solar Power has gained full approval for its complete range of modules under the UK Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS). This endorsement will enable customers and in the UK to utilize CNPV's solar panels for reliable, lower cost, electricity generation.
July 6, 2010
During the 10th annual Ashden Awards, created in 2001 to praise the use of sustainable energy in the UK and in developing countries, two Westcountry schools bagged a prize for succeeding in cutting their carbon emissions through the use of solar photovoltaic technology.
July 2, 2010
To kick-start its move into becoming a major solar energy installer in the UK, the country's leading energy supplier, British Gas has started a £15 million project to supply 1,100 primary and secondary schools.
July 2, 2010
The British Board of Agreement (BBA) has announced that Upsolar’s PV module range has been granted the MCS certificate. The certificate is mandatory in order to be eligible for the UK feed-in tariff thus demonstrating the quality and reliability of approved products by satisfying rigorous quality control standards.
July 2, 2010
Renewables Ltd (WOCR) have completed a 50kW solar panel array on the roof of Aldi's West Oxford store in Botley Road. The profits made from the energy generated will not go to the store but will instead be passed on to a community led environmental group, Low Carbon West Oxford – to  reinvest in future green initiatives.

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