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The impact that solar energy, and indeed all renewable solutions, are having on our energy consumption is undeniable. In the last 12 months alone we’ve learned that Germany produces more than half its energy using solar technology, Costa Rica powered itself on 100% renewable energy in Q1 2015, and Vermont’s largest city managed the same […]
Many businesses need to find ways of driving down overheads to retain a healthy profit margin in tough financial times. If you are a business owner seeking a cost- effective energy alternative for your commercial premises, now is the time to consider the installation of solar panels. For a provider you can trust that offer […]
Solar Panels are a great way to generate power for your entire home, but how much do you actually know about them? Here at SolarTech we decided to put together this handy little infograhpic detailing all the information you could ever want to know about Solar Panels. If you like this infographic and want […]
Interested in finding out more about the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme? Then check out this latest news article from the experts at SolarTech.
The domestic RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive) is the world’s first ever long-term financial support programme for renewable heat in domestic homes and it is now available to homeowners to help offset the initial payments of alternative, low carbon heating systems. Contact SolarTech to find out more about the financial benefits available now to help you […]
This is an infographic which gives statistics and information regarding the different ways to make your home more economically friendly for the future.
A recent poll has found that 60% of consumers back the Prime Minister over his plans to roll-back the green levies that add over £100 to fuel bills.