Commercial & Residential Solar

May 18, 2010
Sundog Energy, provider of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, based in Cumbria, has been awarded a £1.3million contract to provide a large solar PV system on the roof of Kings Cross Station in London. Once complete, the system will be one of the largest solar installations in the country.
May 17, 2010
According to local news provider, ‘This is Cornwall’, a £40 million network of "sun farm" solar power stations are be installed across parts of the Westcountry. The ten plants, if they go ahead as planned, could more than treble the amount of solar energy generated in the UK.
May 4, 2010
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).
May 1, 2010
Exactly one month since the introduction of Feed-in-Tariffs, the energy industry has seen an unprecedented boom in solar enquiries from homeowners hurrying to make the most of the scheme’s financial benefits.
April 28, 2010
Consumer friendly publisher Which? has undertaken an undercover investigation regarding solar thermal system installers sales tactics regarding these hot water systems designed to heat water using the heat energy from the sun.
 
April 25, 2010
In a new guide aimed at the owners of run down mansions and estates, he said it was a "tragedy" to see such buildings abandoned, derelict or destroyed.
April 20, 2010
UK company, Romag, has become the first company to be awarded a licence under the new Kitemark Scheme for Microgeneration, which is operated by British Standards Institution (BSI).
April 14, 2010
Scheuten Solar is recently certified according to MCS BBA for their P6-54 and P6-66 solar module in the Multisol series. The (MCS) Microgeneration Certification Scheme underlines the high quality and the long-lasting performance of the Scheuten Solar modules and opens the way for sales and project activities in the UK.
March 6, 2010
If you want to install solar panels on your roof and take advantage of lucrative new feed-in tariffs but have been put off by a lack of funds, you could soon get a loan to cover the whole cost.
November 17, 2009
Wind turbines up to 15 metres high could be put up in industrial estates or farmland without planning permission under plans published by the government today.

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