energy

OVO customers offered free solar PV

OVO customers can bank five FREE solar panels – around half the panels required for the average home –to be redeemed when they invest in an OVO solar and battery package in the future.

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Welsh government creates renewable energy developer

The Economy Secretary Jeremy Miles has launched the publicly-owned renewable energy developer for Wales, Trydan Gwyrdd Cymru.

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Average UK business consumes 12.3% less energy than last year

POWWR, an energy software provider, has shared research that found the average UK business consumes 23 MwH of energy a year, 12.3% less than they did last year.

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Chris Stark to lead government’s new Mission Control

Chris Stark will lead Mission Control – the government’s mission to provide Britain with cheaper and clean power by 2030.

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Smart sockets reduce energy costs by over a fifth

measurable.energy has installed its smart power sockets in the office of PKF Francis Clark in Bristol. 

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“We need low carbon, not low energy”

Speaking at InstallerSHOW’s panel session – What’s next for the energy innovators? – three top bosses talk decarbonisation progress, technology and the attitudes needed to get the energy transition across the line. “There’s a cliché in the energy sector that we’ve already got all the tools we need to meet net zero,” says Guy Newey, […]

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Which? says EPCs can be “riddled with inaccuracies”

Which? has released research revealing that Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) can be riddled with inaccuracies and unhelpful advice that could cost homeowners when they come to sell or make home improvements.

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Tesla launches Powerwall 3 in UK

The latest generation of Tesla’s home battery – Powerwall 3 – is now available in the UK.

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SoLead Energy create new grid-scale battery

A team of scientists from the University of Southampton have come up with a new grid-scale battery – the Soluble Lead Flow Battery (SLFB) – that is said to be ideal for large-scale energy storage for stationary applications.

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Oxford Brookes explores carbon-free electricity

ENTRNCE helps Oxford Brookes explore carbon-free energy using simulation tool.

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New onsite solar PV funding model

An alternative to traditional solar funding has been launched this week aimed at industrial businesses.

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Aira opens clean energy hub in Manchester

Aira has opened its new hub in Manchester, aiming to create hundreds of highly skilled jobs in the North-West of England, contributing to Aira’s overall goal of hiring 8,000 clean energy expert roles across the UK over the next decade.  

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