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Five tips for saving money on household bills during lockdown

  With the Coronavirus lockdown measures in place across the UK, many households are looking at ways in which they can keep a limit on household bills while spending larger amounts of time at home than they normally would. We’ve put together these five top tips...

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Record high solar irradiation helps UK generation surge

Record high solar irradiation helps UK generation surge

Solar irradiation in the south of England in May was as much as 50% higher than normal, according to new research by Solargis. It forms just one of a number of records that have been smashed so far in 2020, with the trend likely to continue according to the data and...

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APPROVAL LINED UP FOR SALFORD SOLAR FARM

APPROVAL LINED UP FOR SALFORD SOLAR FARM

Plans to build a huge solar farm in Salford look set to secure approval next week. The council is behind the application, which concern a 9.4-acre site to the west of Kenyon Way. Proposed is installing 5,904 panels comprising photovoltaic cells designed to maximise...

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EV chargers to see 29% year-on-year growth to 2030

EV chargers to see 29% year-on-year growth to 2030

The electric vehicle (EV) charger market is set to see a 29% year-on-year increase in sales through to 2030. This is according to energy market research consultancy Delta-EE, which expects the increase to happen despite COVID-19 dampening sales of new cars, predicting...

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Solar PV costs fall 82% over the last decade, says IRENA

Solar PV costs fall 82% over the last decade, says IRENA

Solar photovoltaics (PV) has seen the sharpest cost decline of any electricity technology over the last decade. A new report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) found that between 2010-2019, the cost of solar PV globally dropped by 82%. Across the...

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