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Alistair McGowan - Solar Campaigner

With the government announcing upcoming changes to the Feed In Tariff which will affect large scale solar installations, impressionist and comedian Alistair McGowan has spoken out about the advan...

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FAQ

The idea of solar PV raises many questions in the mind of the consumer, and here at U Energy, we aim to provide all the answers you need before you commit to purchasing a system. Below are the most fr...

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Feed In Tariff

Feed-in tariffs were introduced by the government back in April 2010, with the aim of increasing the amount of Solar PV and renewable energy sources that were being put into use.What these mea...

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Investing in Solar PV

With all costs included (labour, parts, designs, mounting, inverter etc.) the minimum cost of a Solar PV unit is approx £5,000, although the general rule of thumb is that it costs £...

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It's looking sunny for Solar!

The current situation with the Government Feed In Tariff is ever changing. The latest update comes in the form of a court ruling deeming the DECC's reduction of the feed in tariff in December 2011 to ...

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The Feed In Tariff Reductions

Yesterday, the Government confirmed plans to make changes to the Clean Energy Cash Back scheme which has been the catalyst to the quick success of the solar industry since it's inception in 2008. The ...

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U Energy Solar - Terms Of Service

U Energy (Yorkshire) Limited.Terms and Conditions of SaleFor solar panel installation: The Customer should note that the performance of solar PV systems is impossible to predict with certainty due to ...

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U Energy Wind Launched

Our ever expanding U Energy Group has today launched U Energy Wind.U Energy Wind are a specialist supplier and installer of small to medium scale wind turbines for residential and commercial appl...

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What is Solar PV?

How Solar PV WorksSunlight is turned into electricity with Solar PV panels. This works through the panels being attached to an inverter, which turns the generated DC (Direct Current) ...

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