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Financial Times says “Invest in panels for solar savings”

Last week, the FT reported that homeowners will save more money in the long-term if they invest in their own solar panel installation, rather than taking up a ‘free’ installation deal from energy companies. “A number of providers now offer customers free solar panel installation. But while the schemes can save customers between £10,000 and […]

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Industry analysts react to UK electricity market reforms

Environmental Finance is the only global monthly magazine covering the ever-increasing impact of environmental issues on the lending, insurance, investment and trading decisions affecting industry. Today, the magazine covers a selection of the key responses to the UK’s electricity market reform (EMR), announced yesterday. “When feed-in tariffs are being amended less than a year after […]

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