Month: September 2013

86MW Tidal energy project gets approval from Scottish Government.

MeyGen Ltd has just been granted approval by Fergus Ewing the Scottish Energy Minister, to commence the 86MW project, following the completion of the statutory approval process with the regulator Marine Scotland. This is considered a milestone for the joint venture company, with the development being the first phase of a possible 398MW capacity at the Orkney site. Ewings was…

Micro-CHP is set to revolutionise the way that we generate heat and use electricity in homes and small businesses.

Energy efficient, flexible and controllable Micro-CHP systems are being installed in the UK now. Micro-CHP (micro combined heat and power) is a term referring to a group of technologies that generate both heat and electricity. Like a normal boiler these micro-CHP units can provide heating for your home or office, hot water and electricity as well! Micro-CHP still use mains…

Biomass News – Drastic drafting error affects all new Biomass RHI appliactions.

Today the new RHI regulations came into force, unfortunately for those who plan to install a biomass boiler, a serious error in the drafting of the new regulations means that all biomass installations up to 500kWth will be prevented from receiving the RHI payment. This is down to errors with elements in the regulations that are aimed at emissions and…

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