A belated happy new year from Go Greena! The team are all back from their Christmas break and ready to take your calls and provide your home energy surveys.
Following on from the popularity of this post from last year, we have put together another fine collection of infographics that show the state of the renewable energy industry here in the UK, in Europe and around the world. read on and enjoy!
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In our final roundup of the year, we have solar panel building robots, scary infograhics, Mexican solar ovens, Hobbits and gravity-powered lighting!
Continue reading “Our Top 5 Energy Stories – 19th December 2012”
If you are considering investing in a solar panel system, there are a few crucial things you should consider in order to avoid any nasty surprises. When you’re shopping around for a quote, use this checklist to make sure you’ve got the right information.
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We’ve started sending out our new-look solar panel quotes to our customers this week, and we’d like to know what you think of the new format. Below is an example of what the quotes look like.
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If you are considering getting solar panels installed on your home, you should treat them as an investment. In other words, you need to consider how much money they will save/make for you and how long they will take to pay for themselves. Are they a wise investment when compared other places you could put your money? We set out to answer this question.
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Here comes the top 5 again, with angry farmers, miracle plastic, Olympic news, genetically modified eucalyptus trees and a mobile solar power station.
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The top 5 is back, with home renovations, electric supercars, energy saving tyres, volcano power and pollution-destroying pants!
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Our Friday blog post comes from Solar Aid — a UK charity who want to eradicate expensive and dangerous kerosine lamps from sub-saharan Africa by 2020, replacing them with cheap, reliable solar powered lamps. The video below explains all…
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