Domestic energy services: Savings to be had in this solar system

Irish people interested in gaining a maximum return from Cleantech NRG's solar investment opportunity should act now as the British government is considering cutting the small-scale solar 'feed-in t

30th October, 2011
Solar panels can lead to significant savings on energy bills

Irish people interested in gaining a maximum return from Cleantech NRG's solar investment opportunity should act now as the British government is considering cutting the small-scale solar 'feed-in tariff'. This tariff pays households and companies according to energy produced, according to Kevin Neil, managing director of Cleantech NRG.

"The Financial Times recently reported that some officials in the Department of Energy and Climate Change in Britain were calling for a reduction in the subsidy by...

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