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29/10/12 

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28/12/11 

When the UK Government officials justify their actions on the proposed FIT cuts with reference to "similar" cuts currently being applied to similar schemes in more mature solar PV markets, what does this actually mean?

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10/12/11 
In this blog we explore the potential repercussions of the manic rush for solar PV that we experienced over the past month and a half.
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28/10/11 
The Feed in Tariff (FIT), the key Government scheme put in place to incentivise the uptake of solar photovoltaic (PV) installations (amongst other renewable electricity generating technologies) on domestic properties appears to be about to receive yet another radical hair cut from the Coalition Government, the third one this year. Leaked FIT review results appear to indicate that the proposed cut to FIT rates could be as high as 50%. However, at S&G we would advocate that this should not deter from the continuing investment potential that the FIT still represents. Read here why we think so.
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28/10/11 
Documents prematurely published on the EST website give an indication of what's to come from the Government's review of the FIT. Our Coalition have seemingly decided to bring forward the review implementation date to December 8th and slash the rates for Domestic Solar PV (<4kW) by over 50% (from 43.3p to 21p/kWh). It's a slap in the face, it's a idiotic u-turn by a gutless government displaying complete ignorance of the effect of uncertainty on an industry BUT there is light at the end of the tunnel.
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27/10/11 
Save & Generate have produced a series of Fact Sheets aimed at providing a clear summary of topics affecting the renewable energy microgeneration sector. The S&G Fact Sheet on the Green Deal provides an overview of this key Government incentive to promote the uptake of energy efficiency measures by the domestic.
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06/10/11 
Save & Generate have produced a series of Fact Sheets aimed at providing a clear summary of topics affecting the renewable energy microgeneration sector. The S&G Fact Sheet on the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) provides an overview of this key Government incentive to promote the uptake of small scale renewable heating systems by the domestic and commercial sector.
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06/10/11 
Save & Generate have produced a series of Fact Sheets aimed at providing a clear summary of topics affecting the renewable energy microgeneration sector. The S&G Fact Sheet on the Feed in Tariff (FIT) provides an overview of this key Government incentive to promote the uptake of small scale renewable electricity generating systems by the domestic and commercial. sector.
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05/10/11 
If you are confused regarding what to do about your energy systems you are not alone. Solar panels, insulation, heat pump heating systems, heat recovery, smart metering.... the list of products to help against rising energy costs is ever growing. Deciding which is the best for your situation is a increasingly difficult task especially when faced with bold claims by manufacturers and installers. The Save & Generate Energy Assessment is the best way to independently get advice and clear direction on what is best solution for your energy systems.
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04/10/11 
Closely mirroring the German market trend from the early 2010s (see Figure 1), the UK is now firmly on track for meeting its 2014 target of 350,000 microgeneration installations.
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