PV

April 3, 2012
Ely-based automation specialists, Innomech, has made a major investment in solar PV technology that will see the company become carbon neutral by the end of the year.
April 3, 2012
Herefordshire-based Caplor Energy has this week completed a 50kWp solar photovoltaic project at the University of Worcester. The system, which will reduce the St John’s Campus’s annual energy bill, continues to work towards the University’s drive to reduce carbon emissions.
April 3, 2012
An innovative new community centre, dubbed the ‘Ecohub’ has been officially opened in Galingay, replacing the village’s old community centre.
March 30, 2012
With the April 1 2012 deadline upon us, solar power installations in the UK must now abide by the EPC requirements to access the full solar feed-in tariff rates. One of the pivotal aspects with domestic homes reaching the ‘D’ banded EPC rating is the presence of a condensing boiler. This is because in combination with a solar power system the condensing boiler lifts the majority of properties into the required EPC band.
March 28, 2012
Myriad CEG has recently completed a 10kWp solar PV installation on Romford Town Hall. Comprising 54 Sharp solar modules, the system is expected to save the council over 4,000kgs of carbon emissions a year.
March 28, 2012
Bristol City Council has completed what is believed to be the largest solar schools programme in the UK.
March 28, 2012
Solarsense has completed a 50kWp solar installation at the Hand Stadium in North Somerset. The project, which will reduce Clevedon Town Football Club’s energy bill and carbon footprint, is thought to be the largest in the area.
March 28, 2012
Kingspan Roof PowerPanel solar modules have been installed atop two potato storage buildings at Levenham Fen Farm in Cambridgeshire.
March 27, 2012
Opus Green has installed a 40-panel solar photovoltaics system at an alpaca farm in Northumberland. The farm, which houses both alpacas and sheep, is now self-sufficient.
March 27, 2012
Welshpool-based Organic Energy and 7 Energy of Shrewsbury have come together to complete a 225kWp solar project. The scheme, which utilised an investment of £1.2 million, saw more than 2,300 panels installed in Shropshire and Mid Wales, including a ground mounted array of 1,200 panels at Comberton Poultry Farm in Ludlow.

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