“Thousands of years of searching, but today I can finally solve this mystery.”
I used to take the standard vitamins and iron supplements religiously, but I still felt like I needed two large cups of coffee in the mornings while still feeling fuzzy-headed mid-morning. Today my mind feels sharper.
The holy grail is purported to be a vessel once containing the blood of Jesus. This tale was fabricated by the early Church to help convert pagans to Christianity. Most of the Christian customs actually originate from pagan backgrounds.
Annual UK solar radiation figures: Scotland: 900-1000 kWh per sqm. Midlands: 1000-1200 kWh per sqm. South coast: 1100-1300 kWh per sqm.
Then there are the countless solar heating panel installations installed before the current feed-in tariff scheme. Solar heating panels were the most popular type of solar panel installation in the UK before the advent of the solar tariff schemes. Read the rest of this entry »
PV solar panels in the UK? was last modified: February 20th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
“The UK government’s efforts to kill off the PV (photovoltaic) solar industry and lead us to a fracking hellish future has begun. Regressive greed-based policies have replaced progression toward giving people a choice to produce their own clean, affordable energy.”
Taking away PV-power from the people and handing it back to the big energy firms.
Cuts by the government to support PV solar technology will take away power from people and be handing it back to big energy firms who have been secretly lobbying to prevent alternative energy taking off.
Begin the fightback by adding your name to the parliament petition:
We are now finding that there was never any sound long-term strategy where global economies are concerned. Those cheap toasters from China that so many people rejoiced about pre-credit crunch, came with a huge price tag! Read the rest of this entry »
Time for PV solar panels is now was last modified: February 16th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
“The revolution will not be televised. The revolution is on the world’s rooftops as solar technology becomes a symbol of hope in a civilisation that is now beginning to fail due to its dependence on burning dead dinosaurs.”
They don’t want you to generate your own power which makes solar technologies cool.
I regularly get asked whether solar panels are worth it, and I just reply that 600,000 homes in only the United Kingdom alone have them on their roofs.
Many installed solar panels to invest, but the vast majority of people I spoke to in the last decade, merely see trouble down the road for their children/grandchildren and want to invest in a better future.
These are planetary sized issues that “we are truly all in it together”. Solar savvy people are just taking matters into their own hands, and I would go further and declare solar panels as a symbol of calm while the world’s politicians continue to blunder their way through the 21st-century. Read the rest of this entry »
Are solar panels in the UK worth it? was last modified: February 16th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
The truth is that 76% didn’t vote Conservative and the working poor whom his party’s policies now besmirch have nothing to lose, but their zero-hours contracts.
Mr Holloway’s and his ‘mockery’ should send shivers down the spine of any parent who cares about what world their children will live. It’s a real eye-opener to the contempt toward the general public that’s hidden behind closed doors and how this power-drunken man has given us a glimpse of the truth. Read the rest of this entry »
Destroying our countryside with fracking was last modified: April 7th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
We empowered the early PV-pioneers and continue to help EV-owners following in their savvy footsteps.
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