Solar Energy UK issues its 2014 post-show report

It was Solar Energy UK’s fifth anniversary this year, and the show was the most successful to date. Held at the NEC, it’s become one of the most important events in the solar PV calendar.  The event attracted 3402 unique visitors from 61 countries, and 204 exhibitors – of which, CCS were one. We were […]

CCS to promote Finance for Solar PV at the Solar Energy UK Show

CCS to promote finance for solar PV at the Solar Energy UK Show (14-16 October @ NEC, Birmingham) Solar Energy UK is the UK’s number one exhibition for all solar industry professionals. This year promises to be bigger and better than ever, so we’re really pleased to one of over 200 exhibitors who will be […]

Applications to the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund close

Due to overwhelming popular demand, the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund is closed for applications with immediate effect. A surge in applications over the last two days means the allocated budget has now been reached. All applications received prior to the fund closing that satisfy the terms and conditions and meet the eligibility criteria will […]

Mis-selling! Don’t be caught out by your advertising

There’s been a number of stories in the recent news about Green Deal providers and renewable energy companies that have fallen foul of advertising regulations. Mostly it’s because their claims for energy efficiency or financial savings haven’t been clear. Mis-selling can range from deliberately misleading advertising messages through to negligence and missing out key information […]

STL Heating create community energy advice centre in Liverpool

STL Heating has opened a new advice centre dedicated to energy efficiency and renewable energy in Anfield.  The centre is a proud achievement for Merseyside-based company, who are also winners of the NW Green Deal and Eco Award for its work in helping people in fuel poverty. The new centre has received support from the Department […]

Domestic RHI scheme likely to increase interest in renewable energy technologies

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme is designed to encourage the adoption of renewable energy technology across the UK. It’s intended to help the Government meet its 2020 target of 12 per cent of heating coming from renewable sources. The first phase, launched in November 2011, was aimed at ‘non-domestic’ installations across both the private […]