Monthly Archives: June 2018

Draft STA Position Paper on Post-Fit Framework The Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) for renewable power generation is due to end in Spring 2019. The STA has been pressing officials and ministers to consult on post-FiT proposals urgently. Read more here. Have Your Say Before the Government consultation starts, the Solar Trade Association wants to hear from you, […]

What Is a Combi Boiler and What’s Its Price? – With a combi boiler, you can save a lot of money in terms of cutting down the costs of hot water. It has some great benefits since it comes without the water tank, which makes it very compact and easy to install. It is essential to choose the right […]

Debunking 10 Solar Energy Myths – The demand for renewable forms of energy is on the rise in order to lessen the effects of global warming our environment faces due to increased pollution. We are surrounded by a plethora of renewable energies, especially solar energy, which has the potential to be used year round.  Although […]

BNEF expects 34% fall in PV module prices in 2018. The organization is expecting carnage throughout the solar value chain as the result of reduced policy support for deployment in China. The saying is that as California goes, so goes the nation. But in solar, as China goes, so goes the world. As the result of […]

These are 4 Electric Car Charging Types that allows to recharge the electric car: with or without security devices, private and public charging points, in the domestic and industrial sphere. Main Electric Car Charging Types – EV Chargers Type 1 It is a recharge that occurs in alternating current (CA), up to 16 A, through a domestic […]