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SOL2O's parent company are installing FREE boiler upgrades under the Affordable Warmth Scheme

If you are a homeowner or private tenant, receiving certain benefits and with a boiler over 10 years old or working inefficiently you could qualify for a FREE boiler replacement with the Affordable Warmth Scheme.  This is a government initiative to help those in fuel poverty.  Please visit our dedicated website www.jndfreeboiler.co.uk.

Solar PV Feed in Tariff (FiT) changed today 1st August 2012

Significant changes have taken effect today.  Read More

FIT latest Update - 9th February 2012

The Government published its decisions on Thursday the 9th February following its analysis of proposals set out in the Comprehensive Review Phase 1, Feed in Tariff rates for Solar PV.  The Government also published further Comprehensive Review Phase 2 proposals.  Read More

FIT latest Update - 25th January 2012

On the 25th January the Court Appeal unanimously rejected Government attempts to overturn last month's High Court ruling that its plans to rush through sudden cuts to solar tariff payments are illegal.  However, while the Appeal was rejected the Government have asked permission to Appeal to the Supreme Court.  Read More

Green Energy may see Fuel Bills Rocket

Green Energy Policies are set to add more than £300 a year to the average household fuel bill, according to downing street calculations.  Read full storey on Sky News

To avoid energy price rises get solar panels on your roof and earn circa £2k a year for residential property and £10k for commercial.

To see if your roof qualifies for tariff money, and for how much contact SOL2O today on 0800 2800 020.

See us in the Go Green - 29th June 2011 -  Firefighters are blazing a trail with solar move

Firefighters are showing they are willing to battle global warming as they are city fires by putting solar panels on a Newcastle station house.  Twenty-four photovolatic (PV) panels have been installed on the south-facing roof of the Newcastle North Community Fire Station in Gosforth.

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See us in the Hartlepool Mail - 06th June 2011 - Cost saving council looks to sun

Green energy policies are set to add more than £300 a year to the average household fuel bill, according to Downing Street calculations.  Read the full storey at Sky News http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16062747

£15million grant launched to help homeowners with installation costs of renewable heating systems - 01st August 2011

Did you know that the government have just launched the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP), a grant aimed at helping UK homes with the installation costs of renewable heat?  Under the RHPP, homeowners can apply on a first-come-first-served basis for vouchers to put towards the cost of installing renewable heating systems in their homes. The vouchers will enable up to 25,000 households in the UK to claim up to £1250 towards an installation of a renewable heating system for their home.

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Hartlepool Borough Council is turning to solar power to save money and help the environment - and is urging residents to follow their lead.The council is installing 42 seperate photovoltaic panels on the south facing roof of one of its main buildings, Bryan Hanson House, off Lynn Street.

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See us in the Estates Review

Our Chairman David Bilclough has a byline piece in the Estates Review.  David talks about the demand for clean onsite energy generation and how to achieve optimum value from the Feed in Tariff (FiT) scheme.  Its worth a read!  Please visit http://www.estatesreview.com , go to the virtual magazine, pages 96 &97.  

Sol2o install renewable energy systems for 'Retrofit for the Future'

Sol2o completed the installation of a 5 panel Solar PV (1kWp) system and a 3 panel Solar Thermal system that will convert solar power into electricity and will provide heat for the property‘s domestic water heating system.

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Sol2o helps found North East Renewables Alliance (NERA)

Sol2o is proud to announce that it is one of the founding members of North East Renewables Alliance (NERA).

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Thanks to those who joined Sol2o at the Carbon Show

We were overwhelmed with interest and demand for informtion about our services and range of technology types.

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Sol2o Install Solar PV at their Head Office!

Sol2o installed a 9.9kWp solar photovoltaic system at their Head Office.

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The Feed In Tariff Is Here!

The Government has just announced the rate at which businesses and householders will be paid to generate their own electricity and sell back any excess electricity to the National Grid.

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Pay As You Save Scheme Looks to Reduce CO2 Emissions in Homes.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has asked the Energy Saving Trust to manage a pilot that will be testing a range of innovative finance solutions with consumers in order that they can install larger energy saving measures. This could play an important role in the reduction of carbon emissions for the UK. People tell the Energy Saving Trust that the biggest barrier that stops them from making their homes more energy efficient is the need to find money to pay for the upfront costs.

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Copenhagen Holds the Key To Worldwide CO2 Emissions

On 7th December, in Copenhagen, the long awaited two week international negotiations on climate change commence. It has been billed by Lord Stern as the "most important meeting since the Second World War". It has the potential to achieve a step change in the world's ambition to reduce man made carbon emissions and to definitively fire the starting gun on the race to a low carbon economy.

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5 Million Government Grant for Affordable Green Homes Project

An initiative aimed at increasing the use of renewable construction materials in affordable homes has been agreed by DECC (Department of Energy and Climate Change) and the government's housing and regeneration body the HCA (Homes and Communities Agency). DECC has provided funding under the Low Carbon Investment Fund, which will be administered through the HCA's National Affordable Housing Programme. The funding is to create a series of greener homes designed to minimise environmental impact through the increased use of building materials from renewable sources.

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