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Renewable Energy News


  • Domestic RHI announcment

    Changes to the RHI Scheme

    The Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy has just announced some significant changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme. full article >

  • Mitsubishi Ecodan trials

    Mitsubishi Ecodan year long trials

    Mitsubishi have published the results of a year long study into its Ecodan ASHP (Air Source Heat Pump) in real world trails. full article >

  • RHI Legacy Payments and existing ASHP

    Existing ASHP's and the new Domestic RHI

    More details regarding the new Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive and what qualifies have been announced. full article >

  • Domestic RHI announcment

    Domestic RHI details announced

    The Government has announced the long awaited, ground-breaking Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive. This will be open for applications from Spring 2014. full article >

  • RHPP Payments

    Renewable Heat Premium Payments increased for Air Source Heat Pumps

    The RHPP scheme, first launched in July 2011, is designed to encourage householders to switch to Renewable Heat from traditional heating systems by offering money off the cost of the equipment. full article >

  • Mitsubishi Ecodan

    Mitsubishi reach for the Sun!

    Mitsubishi are now able to offer an Ecodan Kingspan Stainless Steel Solar packaged solution... full article >

  • Daikin Illustration

    Daikin have the answer in the Altherma HT ASHP

  • In older or hard to heat properties the Altherma High Temperature ASHP is the answer... full article >

  • Mitsubishi Ecodan

    New Controls for Ecodan

    Mitsubishi have just released a new operating system for their range of Ecodan ASHPs... full article >

  • DECC appeal

DECC is denied feed-in tariff appeal

After deliberating since January 13, the Court of Appeal has today denied the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) a hearing for its appeal against the High Court’s December ruling on UK solar feed-in tariffs. full article >

  • feed in tariff

    Legal Win for Solar Industry

    In a dramatic judgement yesterday at the High Court, Mr Justice Mitting found Government Ministers had acted unlawfully in cutting feed-in tariffs from the 12th December.full article >

  • feed in tariff

    Aspen MD Meets Climate Change Minister

    On 25th November Aspen MD Bruce Cecil attended a meeting with Greg Barker MP, along with representatives of other local business affected by the proposed changes to the Feed-In Tariff.... full article >

  • solar panels sussex

    PV Installation in Hailsham

    Aspen have just completed a new install of Solar PV panels on a home in Hailsham. The system is a 12 panel 2.9kW capacity PV system.. The owner will now be signed up on a 20 year Feed In Tariff (FiT) which is guaranteed by the government and can look forward to an estimated 11% return on investment and payback in around 9 years.... full article >

  • solar panels

    Aspen celebrates MCS Success

    Aspen has received accreditation in Solar PV to add to it's Air Source heat pumps accreditation....full article >

  • air source heat pumps

    Air Source Heat Pump Accreditation

    Aspen achieves MCS accreditation for installation of Air Source Heat Pumps, such as Mitsubishi Ecodan and Daikin Altherma.... full article >

  • solar pv

    Mitsubishi PV Systems

    Mitsubishi Electric’s photovoltaics (PV) are now available in the UK to help organisations and individuals meet their environmental and energy saving objectives. Photovoltaic modules utilise light energy not heat to generate DC current.... full article >

  • solar panels sussex

    Clean energy cash back scheme

    Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) were introduced to Great Britain on 1st April 2010. The scheme requires energy suppliers to make regular payments to householders and communities who generate their own electricity from renewable or low carbon sources such as solar (PV) panels or wind turbines..... full article >