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Firms Call On the Government to Support Solar in Wake of Energy Price Rises

​Renewable energy firms are calling on the government to support solar energy in the wake of surging electricity and gas costs after experiencing vast surges in demand for solar roof panels. One ...

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Over Half of Consumers Would Install Renewables

A new study has shown that over 50% of British consumers would be keen to adopt clean energy at home and would install their own micro renewable energy technologies to reduce their carbon footprint...

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Ikea announces £3.4 billion investment in green energy

Swedish furniture giant, Ikea, is planning to invest £3.4 billion into solar and wind farms and to make its first investments in energy storage. By doing this, it will hasten its plans to invest in...

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Energy-Friendly Tariffs Not as Green as They Seem

Experts have warned that environmentally-friendly tariffs offered by energy suppliers are not always as good for the environment as they claim.   In fact, many tariffs advertised as being 100...

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Octopus Energy Secures £3 Billion Renewables Deal

British start-up Octopus Energy will soon hold the title of the biggest renewable energy investor in Europe after securing a deal worth over £3 billion which is poised to deliver clean energy to ov...

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Bunnings Warehouse Latest Business to Commit to 100% Renewables

Hardware giant Bunnings Warehouse is the latest big brand to announce its commitment to operate entirely on renewable energy by 2025.The company added that it hopes it will also be able to operate ...

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