Harborough Energy will work together with your business to design the highest yielding solar power solution for your rooftop and install it at no cost; with no disruption. We will ensure that your system is maintained for the duration… Continue reading
China should be given more credit for its investment in clean electricity, the head of the International Energy Agency says.
Maria van der Hoeven says most people think that China is frantically building coal-fired power stations.
The reality, she says,… Continue reading
Community energy is a growing movement and here to stay. Market Harborough residents can be part of that future
It is easy to assume future energy markets will be all about grids and the technology of tomorrow, rather than communities and the people of today. However, community projects are showing that clean and green energy agendas, and issues of… Continue reading
The Solar Trade Association has said commercial rooftops and community farm projects need an “urgent boost” as the latest feed-in tariff (FiT) degression comes into effect.
Yesterday marked the deadline for which projects must have been accredited to qualify for… Continue reading
Britons are advised to stay indoors after forecasters warned that much of the country would be hotter than Barbados during a two-day heatwave.
Hospitals and care homes have been put on alert for an increase in admissions with health and… Continue reading
China is set to reveal how much it intends to cut its carbon emissions by beyond 2020, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has said.
Mr Li is on an official visit to France where a UN-led climate summit will be held… Continue reading
Investment into the renewable energy sector is a bigger job creator than investment into the fossil fuel industry
Investment into the renewable energy industry is a bigger job creator than investment into the fossil fuel industry, according to a recent report from The United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) and the Global Green Growth Institute… Continue reading
The UK is in danger of missing its target of 20 per cent of energy used coming from renewable sources by 2020, the European Commission has warned.
The Commission’s renewable energy progress report published today shows that three EU countries,… Continue reading