Are PV Panels on my Roof still worth It?

  2 things happened to Feed In Tariffs (FIT) in early 2016 which have made the Homeowner rather sceptical about installing ( Photvoltaic) PV Panels: DCLG changed the eligibility for top level of payment rules( Higher FIT tariff) making it harder to attain the EPC rating of 55% D Rating to qualify. Before this ruling,.. read more →

20 Jun 2016
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ATTN landlords- Electric Radiators will reduce your EPC Rating

  Many landlords have removed aging Night storage heaters and replaced them with direct electric radiators. Whilst this type of radiator has superb controls and timers, heat response time, is attractive and easy to install, PLEASE be clear that your EPC rating will plummet as a result. Landlords will remember that by 2018, premises that.. read more →

20 Jun 2016
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Green Deal Certificate no longer needed for RHI funding

  Renewable Heat Incentive; Revamped in 2016, a grant initiative to tempt you away from renewing your eg. oil, coal, lpg, electric heating system and choosing a renewable heating system to replace it. RHI covers Solar Thermal (hot water panels), Ground and Air Source Heat Pumps and Biomass (eg Pellet) Boilers. The EPC data is.. read more →

20 Jun 2016
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Top 5 Energy-Saving Gadgets

Energy Saving Gadgets (that work and save you money!) Saving energy equates directly to saving money and reducing your weekly fuel costs. Sometimes in order to save energy you have to spend a little money up front in order to reduce the amount of fuel you use. We have recently been bombarded with advice to.. read more →

24 Mar 2014
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Top 5 Low Cost Energy Savings Tips

Loft Insulation – As an Energy Assessor I visit on average 12 homes per week, looking in every loft, fireplace etc to confirm what the building is made of and how much insulation is present. Many home owners think that they have sorted their lofts, and are not losing any heat through their ceilings as.. read more →

25 Nov 2013
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