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  • What the latest DECC announcement really means...

    Yesterday there was a further update from DECC on the Feed in Tariff, here's how it will affect domestic installations. Worst Case Scenario: If the Court of Appeal overturn the High Court’s decision the Feed-In Tariff will be set at 21p for all systems of up to 4kwp (approximately 16 solar panels...
    Posted to Ask Chris (Weblog) by AskChris on Fri, Jan 20 2012
  • Solar gains

    DECC announced recently that the tariff rate for solar PV installations below or equal to 4kW in size will not fall below 21p for installations between 12th December 2011 and March 31, 2012. It's therefore time to act now. At the rate of 21p/kWh solar panels are still a sound investment. Just look...
    Posted to Ask Chris (Weblog) by AskChris on Tue, Jan 10 2012
  • Farmers – we need to turn the energy market upside down

    Author Name: Juliet Davenport By 2050 electricity demand will at least double current levels, and simultaneously, the UK is legally bound to reducing carbon emissions by 80%. This means we’re going to see an increasing electrification of every part of our energy network. Heat, power, fuel, transport...
    Posted to Farming Futures Blog (Weblog) by anonymous on Thu, Oct 28 2010
  • Climate news and knowledge #7

    Author Name: Will Frazer Climate News and Knowledge is our fortnightly round up of some of the main stories covering climate change and sustainable farming. This time there is talk of getting the facts right, hot crops, and progress on renewables.
    Posted to Farming Futures Blog (Weblog) by anonymous on Fri, Sep 17 2010
  • Climate news and knowledge#2

    Author Name: Will Frazer In the last couple of weeks there has been talk of uncertainty about investment in AD, innovative responses to the impacts of the dry spell, spiced up sheep and super cows...
    Posted to Farming Futures Blog (Weblog) by anonymous on Fri, Jul 9 2010
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