Monthly Archives: July 2018

Homeowners in Ireland can now access grants worth hundreds of euros to fund the installation of solar and energy storage systems as the government launches its first micro-generation scheme for the technology. This pilot scheme offers €700 (~US$818.5) per kWp of solar installed up to 2kWp, at which point any installation up to 4kWp must include […]

Training on Installation & Maintenance of Enphase IQ7 Products Can’t Make An Event? Then Register For A Webinar As part of the launch of their revolutionary new IQ7 range of microinverters, Enphase have planned training events in Dublin and in Glasgow. And if you don’t have time to join a live event, why not join […]

BEIS: Payments for surplus power exported to the grid confirmed stopping in March 2019. Government must work with industry urgently to ensure smooth solar policy transition, says STA. The long overdue Call for Evidence on the future policy framework for small and medium scale renewables has finally been published. Key aspects put forward which the […]

According to new data from GTM Research, direct ownership continues to outpace solar leases. 2018 is the year of the solar loan. Despite rising interest rates affecting all consumer lending, GTM Research forecasts in its latest report, Bringing Scale, Profitability and Value to the Residential Solar Market, that solar lending will become the No. 1 consumer […]

Electric ride into the future with the Unu Electric Scooters. Your unu Scooter drives fully electric. That means you do not pollute your city either with exhaust fumes or with noise. Integrated in the rear wheel, your unu’s electric BOSCH engine is maintenance-free and far cleaner than any gas engine. The unu electric scooter is the first to […]