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PV solar panels in Brexit Britain

August 21st, 2019

Unbelievably, nobody is talking about the energy implications of Brexit!

PV solar panels in Brexit Britain

We’re declaring a trade war with those with energy tentacles wholly entwined within our country.

Interestingly, pension funds are intrinsically linked to the energy sector. Something the Brexit-media failed to tell their readership!

We may all end up being “in this together” after all – I digress. Read the rest of this entry »


Conspire to adopt solar panels

September 4th, 2020

Dedicated to my Gingeresque friend.

Alexander the Great, sourced his Wheat supplies from Egypt’s Nile Delta at his own expense.

Conspire to adopt solar panels

It’s periodic-table of elemental-rich soils dragged down from Africa’s interior is the reason the pyramids exist.

There’s no coincidence that every great civilisation of the past grew crops in element-rich soils.

The Nile Delta’s nutritional superiority, allowed Alexander’s armies to march far longer, remain strong and healthier throughout his arduous campaigns.

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Strength through solar panels

July 8th, 2020

The disdain for weakness is inbuilt into DNA itself.

Resistance builds muscle while only solar panels set you free.

Do social engineers hold dependant consumers in contempt?

Dependency breeds weakness personally, societally and geopolitically.

Therefore, since your electricity, water, transport, education, communications are supplied by those you’re not allowed to criticise, then a personal and national rethink is overdue. Read the rest of this entry »


Solar panels and working from home

April 9th, 2020

Solar panels and working at home go together like cheese and toast.

Solar panels and working from home

Businesses will twig that they can dramatically cut expenses by shifting energy costs towards the employees and save on office space too.

It’ll be this thinking that will bounce the economies back once the starting pistol gets fired.

Commuter costs come down, but working from home means higher energy costs.

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The beauty of PV

February 18th, 2020

Sixteen years later, I’m reflecting on my efforts to encourage solar panel adoption.

The beauty with PV.

PV solar panels have brought me vast amounts of joy in my life and had ups and downs like any relationship.

The inside-industry nickname and aptly named ‘solar coaster’ ride of the last decade never dampened my enthusiasm for these technologies.

Never let the naysayers curb your passion.

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A brave new world if you can grasp it

January 4th, 2020

The Smart Export Guarantee ensures traditional energy suppliers offer competing rates to small-scale domestic PV solar generators.

A moment in history that’s equal to the Magna Carta.

A brave new world if you can grasp it

Since 1066, our nation’s medieval wood stocks, then coal and later electricity resources became tightly controlled.

Today, for the first time since William the Conqueror, the general population can self-generate and sell on the open energy market. Read the rest of this entry »


You either get PV, or you don’t

October 1st, 2019

I’ve been passionate about PV solar panels for half my adult life now.

You either get PV, or you don't

I’ve seen PV prices drop down to more attainable levels over that time.

From day one, I knew PV solar panels represented freedom to its adopters.

The satisfaction I get from releasing households back into the wild with decades of cheap energy is immeasurably satisfying.

Sadly, I’ve witnessed ‘The Establishment’ doing they’re best to deter uptake – why? Read the rest of this entry »