A Greener Great Britain?

Renewable energy will be the future in terms of sustaining the planet once fossil fuels run out.

In the past month we have had a dramatic exit from Europe followed by a change of Prime Minister. This has had an impact on Britain’s environmental future. In a previous article 'Green Building' examined the impact of Brexit on British environmental policy. This article, however, this article discusses how

First natural slate solar thermal panel launched

THERMOSLATE®, the first and only natural slate solar thermal panel

Now you can take advantage of the efficiency of renewable energies without forgoing the elegant design of a natural slate roof?   THERMOSLATE® is the only solar system in the market made with natural slate that generates energy to produce heating, hot water or for pool heating. It can be easily installed

Roof integrated solar makes UK debut

The first installation of Romag’s new Intecto integrated PV roof tile has recently been completed in a new housing development in the North East of England and has recently been completed by Gentoo Homes in its new housing development at Beechbrooke, in South Shields.   The ground-breaking new concept in building

Longworth celebrates the launch of Redsky Solar

Leading building envelope contractor Longworth has gone green to celebrate the successful launch of subsidiary company Redsky Solar and show the group’s commitment to sustainability.The energy needed to power Longworth’s head office in St Helen’s now comes from sustainable sources and the company has developed a further plan to reduce

The future is set to get darker for solar

The Conservative government seems hellbent on destroying the solar PV market

Ministers seem to be hell-bent on undermining the UK solar industry with constant briefings about imminent cuts to renewable energy subsidies. A number of national newspapers have carried misleading reports recently indicating that Energy Secretary Amber Rudd is gearing up to further slash solar power subsidies.   The newspaper reports constantly refer to a feed-in-tariff