The cost of energy produced by large-scale solar plants in the UK is set to fall to £40 per megawatt-hour by 2030, according to the latest findings by… Continue reading
The Annual General Meeting of our Community Benefit Society, Harborough Solar One was held on 22nd November at the Angel Hotel. The minutes of that meeting may be found on this website in the Governance pages.
It was… Continue reading
Would you like a warmer home?
You may be losing up to 1/3 of the heat in your home through your walls. If your home is in an area of Harborough District there are grants for cavity wall and loft… Continue reading
Suppliers will not be allowed to back-bill customers for energy used more than 12 months ago under new proposals from Ofgem.
Back-bills mainly result from suppliers using estimated bills until they take an actual meter reading which may show that… Continue reading
The new hike in business rates on buildings with solar panel installations (#solartaxhike) is not a new concept and indeed the Solar Trade Association (STA) has been campaigning against this increase since the summer of 2016. In December 2016… Continue reading
More than one in 10 small businesses now generates electricity on site, according to new figures that underscore the increasing shift towards localised power production in the UK.
The Federation of Small Businesses said that 12pc of its members… Continue reading
An energy supplier league table is to be published to increase transparency on the numbers of people on expensive standard variable tariffs.
- new measures to help more households benefit from the UK’s competitive energy market
- energy supplier league table to… Continue reading
Sustainable Harborough are building on their success with local food in the town. Work is underway to set up a community cafe in Market Harborough, to promote local food and drink.
A working group is coming together but they are… Continue reading