Act now and receive the current tariff of 21p and get a great return on your investment. On July 1st 2012 the Feed-in Tariff rate could be reduced to as little as 13.6p. The Department of Energy and Climate Change … Continue reading
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The 10KW stand alone system was designed and installed by MDB New Energy in November 2011. A galvanized steel frame was constructed in a south facing position by our team. An array of 40 Sanyo 250w HT photovoltaic panels were installed.
Struggling to keep up with with the Government’s Feed-in Tariff? We thought we would take this opportunity to keep you updated with what is happening at the moment and how things may affect you as a customer. Since 31st October … Continue reading
Installing Solar Energy for your home is still one of the best investments you can make. After the Goverments announcement to cut the Feed in Tariff, prices of solar panels have fallen dramatically, whilst electricity prices still continue to rise. This means we can still … Continue reading
The Feed-in Tariffs scheme is currently under review, on October 31st a consultation was launched about the tariffs for domestic small-scale solar PV (250 kilowatts or less). Please see Department of Energy and Climate Change Review for more details on … Continue reading
According to the report, electricity bills rose by 30 per cent between 2000 and 2010, while gas bills rose 78 per cent. The rises were largely due to increased costs of coal, which rose by 71 per cent, and natural … Continue reading
A professional installation by MDB New Energy in Darley Abbey, Derbyshire. “The roof survey and location check were free and we were given several packages to consider and a price for each package. The prices were explained clearly and there were … Continue reading
Solar power capacity has risen more than 18-fold since last year as homeowners and businesses rush to take advantage of feed-in tariffs. From April to June this year, nearly 34 megawatts (MW) of new solar generating capacity was added to … Continue reading