The Yorkshire and Humber Microgeneration Partnership have published their latest Newsletter. Find out what’s new in the world of renewable energy here:
Inside this issue:
- DECC consultation to halve the Feed in Tariff for solar PV, and how it is affecting the region
- The future of free Solar PV projects
- Dragons’ Deborah and Theo commit to solar industry
- Details on the University of Sheffield’s Solar Farm project
- Hull’s largest solar installation
- Green Deal Consultation
- The Launch of a clean energy plant using anaerobic digestion
- Solar installation Training
- Solar at night
- Red hot panels
- …and much more.
Yorkshire Energy Services are proud to support the Governments forth coming Green Deal initiative and have started informing householders and businesses across the Yorkshire region about the intricacies of the scheme.
Set to launch in October 2012, Green Deal could dramatically change the way the sustainable energy industry operates and help thousands of people save energy economically.
The programme offers householders and small businesses the opportunity to install energy saving products, such as cavity wall insulation and condensing boilers, with no upfront installation costs. Green Deal applicants will pay for their installations over 25 years through the savings they make from their fuel bills.
The innovative programme aims to reduce UK carbon emission and tackle fuel poverty head on. Yorkshire Energy Services have started preregistering householders and businesses interested in Green Deal so they can be the first to benefit when the scheme is launched. These individuals will also be sent updates on the schemes progress as and when the Government release information.
To preregister and find out more information about Green Deal 2012 visit http://yorkshireenergyservices.co.uk/about_green_deal.html