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Scotland's world-leading carbon-emission-reduction target (no less than 42 per cent by 2020) just got a bit more achievable: on Wednesday the first national target on energy efficiency was set, as part of the first Scottish Energy Efficiency Action Plan. Existing commitments … Continue reading
It's been a week of good broadcast coverage for our expert spokespeople. You can hear Harry Mayers from Energy Saving Trust Scotland giving energy tips in the home on BBC Radio Scotland show MacAuley and Co here Keep your eyes … Continue reading
Anyone with at least a passing interest in energy efficiency who read Thursday’s Guardian may have had their interest piqued perhaps more than usual by the supplement slipped between the paper’s sections. The Energy Saving Trust was high profile in … Continue reading
On Wednesday 21 December Mr Justice Mitting upheld an appeal brought to the High Court over the Government’s handling of the feed-in tariff, stating that it was “legally flawed”.
The court agreed that proposals to cut feed-in tariff payments for any solar scheme completed after December 12 – 11 days before the official consultation closed – were unlawful.
The implications of this decision mean that the pre 12th December tariffs cannot be changed until after the full parliamentary process – i.e…
The Government today published proposals to introduce new Feed-in Tariff rates for PV systems with a total installed capacity of 250 kW or less. The proposals are published in a consultation document that closes on 23 December. For more information follow this link to the REAL guidance on the proposed changes.
There is also information available on the Energy Saving Trust website here…
Our friends at the Energy Saving Trust have just published the results of the biggest ever survey of solar water heating systems in the UK. Continue reading
The details of the Premium Payments for domestic heating installations under Phase 1 of the RHI have been published by DECC. Details can be found on the DECC website here.
The Premium Payments will be adminstered by the Energy Saving Trust and registration will be opening on 1 August 2011. Information and FAQs can be accessed from the EST website here…
Thursday 28th: Energy Saving Trust Recommended Logo Save energy with the EST Recommended LogoThe less energy your electrical items use, the less they cost to run: saving energy means saving money. The most energy efficient ones will carry the Energy S… Continue reading
Launch dayThis week is Energy Saving Week, the Energy Saving Trust’s nationwide campaign week to encourage people to save energy and help reduce their carbon emissions. Now celebrating its fourteenth year, it’s the longest established event of its k… Continue reading