Clean Energy

How Green Energy Policies Reduce Energy Bills

Green energy policies do not come without a cost. Recent research from DECC, however, shows the net effect of these policies is to reduce our bills. This is good news given the continued trend of rising energy prices. Continue reading

Introduction to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) aims to encourage businesses, communities, public bodies and domestic householders to install renewable heat generating technology. The scheme is the first long term financial support programme for renewable heat in the world. We look at the current status of the scheme and how you can benefit from it. Continue reading

The UK Energy Industry in 2013

With energy price hikes announced early in 2013, many consumers have been left wondering what will happen in the UK energy industry during the remainder of the year. While the Department of Energy & Climate Change is set to place … Continue reading

Green Deal Gets EU Cash and Approval

The EU has approved £600 million in support of the Green Deal. The funding was confirmed earlier this week in statements praising the aims of the scheme. Continue reading

Wind Generates More Energy in Spain Than Coal or Nuclear

We are constantly told by naysayers that renewables can’t scale and can’t get the job done for grid-scale power generation. Yet in the last 3 months wind has generated more of Spain’s power than any other energy source. Continue reading