Did you know that there are more PV solar panels (photovoltaic) installed in the north of the United Kingdom than the south, proving once and for all that solar panels does work well in the British climate?
The adoption rate of solar panels has increased dramatically since the feed-in tariffs introduced in April 2010. 260MW of power generated, with 48,460 separate installations across the UK. Read the rest of this entry »
Northerners and PV solar panels was last modified: February 20th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
With the overwhelming success of the feed-in tariffs for PV solar panels (photovoltaic) in 2010 and 2011, I am sure you have noticed them on the roofs of homes in your area, and in the future, will continue to do so at an ever-increasing rate.
The reason for this is simple.
Stuart Lovatt, the founder of Power My Home, explains. “Since the feed-in tariffs began in 2010 we have always shouted from the rooftops ‘(excuse the pun) that installing PV solar panels sooner rather than later is a must. The incentive schemes have always been designed to reward early adopters the most and later adopters the least.” Read the rest of this entry »
PV solar panels are for life was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
With the reduction of the feed-in tariffs rate this week and with all the negative media attention that this has brought.
Home of the energy savvy.
You may forgive for thinking that PV solar panels are a technology of the past, like tea–making machines or the unforgettable Sinclair C5’s.
The reality, however, will be more and more PV solar panels will continue to adorn homes up and down the country and especially worldwide. How can we be so confident of this?
Put just, energy costs both nationally and internationally will continue to rise at quicker and quicker rates with all of us worldwide having to find ways to alleviate this pain on a more long-term basis. Read the rest of this entry »
Future is bright for solar panels was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
Could Iran cause an energy crunch? It’s been said that the line between order and disorder is the thin blue line of the law. I would also like to enhance this saying by exchanging the word line for the pipeline.
The pipeline concerned is the one carrying oil supplies from Iran, on which, over the last decade, European countries such as Spain, Italy and Greece have become very dependent.
These countries also have to deal with the fact that their ailing economies are dependent on this risky and possibly unstable state, with other European and British communities facing problems too if these countries’ economies fail. Read the rest of this entry »
Iran could cause an energy crunch was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
I doff my cap to the BBC’s stunning series called ‘Frozen Planet’ (Catch up on Iplayer) which has captured the extreme frozen poles in a fantastic deluge of picture-perfect realism and told it like it is, approach.
The program’s approach to dealing with the effects, causes and irrefutable proof of our planet changing and changing fast.
The thin slither of gas which encompasses the giant rock we call home while poisoned slowly, and the symptoms of fever like a state are beginning to emerge. Just like our immune system, the earth is starting to fight back through heat generation. Read the rest of this entry »
Homage to our Planet Earth was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt