Monthly Archives: May 2013

What is the Renewable Heat Premium Payment?

Grants available for renewable heat systems

The Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) was introduced by the Department of Energy and Climate Change to support the growth in domestic renewable heat solutions. The scheme involves application to The Energy Savings Trust for a free grant towards the installation of renewable heat technologies.   Which Technologies are Eligible?…

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The Sun Has Not Set on Solar Power

Solar Power

When settling down to read The Sunday Times Money section Eco2Solar’s Managing Director, Paul Hutchens, did not expect to find such an inaccurate representation of the solar industry. Teresa Hunter’s article “Has the sun set on solar power?” in The Sunday Times on 19th May 2013, raised concerns with the Solar…

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Eco2Solar MD Scoops Top Environmental Award

eco2 solar institute of directors

Eco2Solar’s managing director, Paul Hutchens, has been awarded the prestigious Environmental Award at the ninth annual Institute of Directors (IoD) West Midlands Director of the Year Awards. Paul accepted his accolade from John Phillips, IoD regional director at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 14th May at Warwickshire Cricket Club. The…

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3.84kWp Solar PV System: Leigh and Bransford Primary School, Worcestershire

In February 2012 Eco2Solar installed a 3.84kWp solar PV system on the front roof pitch of Leigh and Bransford Primary School, Worcestershire. The solar PV system includes sixteen REC 240W watt panels, alongside one SMA Sunnyboy 3000HF inverter and is expected to produce 3,044kWh of renewable energy for the school…

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