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In the East of England, we’re progressing well with the introduction of more renewable systems and getting off oil and other fossil fuels. Our renewables Project Manager, Dee Nunn, tells us about the new biomass boiler at Sutton Hoo… This … Continue reading
Desmond did the dirty on my PV system over Christmas. One of my PV panels has been destroyed. I have seen a few cracked panels in my work and they still work but this one was mushed so much so … Continue reading
All I seem to be reading about at the moment is how battery storage will plug the gap from generation to consumption and make us all very rich or at least smug. I hear stories from neighbours with PV who are … Continue reading
I made my first visit down to Dyffryn Gardens after the Christmas break to have a look see how things were coming along. First off was a look at the heating project where we are replacing the ageing and inefficient oil … Continue reading
So I have been quiet on the blog front recently (Mr Jones keeps telling me), so thought time to give an update on what I have been up to over the last month. Whilst I was away working on the … Continue reading
Government consultation after consultation but its good to see tangible renewable energy projects being delivered!
Raising my nose out of a spreadsheet and the latest report into what the future might or might not hold for us working at the sustainability coal face I popped over with Mr Southall to have a look at the … Continue reading