Entering a new market is always an exciting time for any business. This could not be truer of joining the UK solar market as it enjoys something of a renaissance in a post-subsidy environment.
It is providing grants of up to £30,000 per project, with plans to fund at least up to 10 solutions initially
They intend to collaborate in areas including the exchange of statistics, policy analysis as well as joint training and events
Around 77% of firms believe a quarter of energy needs will be generated onsite by 2025
The bank supported nearly 1,500 green transactions over three years between 2015 and 2017
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has announced the doubling of investment in research, development and demonstration projects to €2 million (£1.7m) this year. The fund is open to industry and academia to support sustainable energy research into new market solutions that overcome barriers in the move to a secure, clean energy future. Priority […]
The European Commission is to co-sign joint declarations in New York today to boost its co-operation on sustainable energy with five African countries. The agreements with Cabo Verde, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia, Togo and Rwanda will aim to increase access to sustainable energy sources, especially in rural areas. The Commission plans to provide around €2 billion […]
Despite the romance and ideals of many green technologies, it’s rare that any come with designs you could actually call beautiful. The practicality of your average solar panel rules its design, whilst the amount of petitions that spring up in opposition to wind farms should tell you what most people think about the design of […]
ELN Editor Sumit Bose finds out why sustainability, staying green – and of course beer – are an important part of the Dutch makeover of north London’s Ally Pally, now dubbed Heineken House during the 2012 Olympics.
How solar powered pig pens are spreading the sustainability message in Hackney