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  • PV.tif A large solar power PV project in the south of France has come on-line. The Les Mées solar farm (pictured) in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence comprises six PV plants from Siemens for Eco Delta Développement (EDD). The 31 MW farm consists of 112,000 solar modules. It covers an area of 70 ha. Elsew...

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  • DECC grants for green heaters Householders across the country could receive up to £1,250 of government funding to help towards the cost of installing renewable heating systems such as biomass boilers, air and ground source heat pumps and solar thermal panels. The Governments new £15mn Renewable Hea...

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  • DECC grants for green heaters Householders across the country could receive up to £1,250 of government funding to help towards the cost of installing renewable heating systems such as biomass boilers, air and ground source heat pumps and solar thermal panels. The Governments new £15mn Renewable Hea...

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  • Feed-in tariffs deliver thousands of renewables schemes In contrast to ongoing cautious and gloomy economic forecasting in the national economy, the growth in microgeneration capacity has been 400% since the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) was launched in April last year. Solar PV has led the way with an incre...

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  • Photo story Environmentally-minded students at King Edward VI Community College in Totnes have unveiled a new woodchip-fired boiler and 102 photovoltaic panels that together are expected to save around 150 tonnes of carbon emissions a year. Replacing two gas boilers from the early 1960s, the new bio...

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  • Electric cars and bikes in Germany can now charge directly from solar energy, following the installation of a carport solar roofing installation in the south of the country. The roof system, which uses Kyocera solar modules and was designed and installed by BLUe Solar Group, provides electricity f...

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  • Solar.tif The Japanese technology company Kyocera has shown that two of its solar photovoltaic installations in Sweden and Switzerland have been producing energy for 20 years with only a minimal degradation in performance. Sweden's first grid-connected photovoltaic system (pictured) was built in 198...

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  • Robust global energy demand to 2030, despite efficiency gains Global energy demand will continue to grow over the next twenty years, albeit at a slowing annual rate, says BP in its latest Energy Outlook 2030. The document also predicts increasing energy efficiency and strong growth for renewable ene...

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