Britain’s largest supplier of renewable energy says customer numbers rose by a staggering 32% in 2013, helping it more than double its pre-tax profits to £3.3m. Read more…
This could mean a turning point for renewable energy installers, who could expect to see a rise in requests from households and businesses all over the country in the coming years.
A programme that was introduced by the Welsh Government to boost small renewable energy generation is looking likely to miss its targets according to an independent report from†research and strategy consultancy Brook Lyndhurst.
According to research commissioned by the industry body, Scottish Renewables, over half of renewable energy companies in Scotland are looking to recruit more staff in 2014.
As the debate over whether fracking should be used as a way of becoming more energy efficient as a country, David Cameron speaks out to urge those against the controversial mining method to get on board. Read more…
A Northway resident was shocked to discover that he was unable to hire a digger to carry out drainage work on his property, after being told by an employee of the hire company that the area in which he lived was too ‘rough’.
The Commons’ Energy and Climate Change Committee (ECC) have recently released a report about the future of Britain’s renewable energy. It warns the government that unless they increase support for research into renewable wind and tidal power, they will end up repeating the same mistakes they made in the 1980s.