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The Busy End To 2018 Shows No Signs Of Slowing Down.

2019 Is looking as busy as ever. Ecogise Group roared into 2019 with a handful of projects already in the bag ! As the year has progressed our estimating team has secured a number of new projects which firms up an already bulging order book. The beginning of the year drew a close to a […]

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Mechanical & Electrical works start at Redhouse project

Redhouse Interchange is a 200 acre Distribution and Office and leisure Park with an end value in the region of £120 million. The site at junction 38 (A1/M) is located approximately 7 miles northwest of Doncaster Town Centre, South Yorkshire. It is strategically located to service the local, regional and national markets via its proximity […]

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Labour MP calls for parliamentary debate into community energy tax relief cuts

A Labour MP has called for the government to hold a parliamentary debate into cuts to community energy tax relief initiatives. Steve Reed, MP for Croydon North and shadow minister for local government, made the plea during a parliamentary session in the House of Commons this afternoon. Reed, who also serves for the Co-operative Party, […]

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DECC consults over feed-in tariff transferability for commercial installs

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has launched a consultation over its plans to allow commercial users to retain their feed-in tariff (FiT) payments if they move premises. The move has been designed to help allay anxieties commonly expressed by businesses due to the long project lifetime of a typical commercial PV project. […]

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ScottishPower to cut energy bills by 3.3pc in wake of government green levy deal

Energy giant ScottishPower is preparing to cut household bills by 3.3pc, becoming the fourth major supplier to pass on savings from the Government’s deal to cut green levies, The Telegraph has learnt. The electricity and gas provider is expected to cut just over £40 from a typical dual fuel bill for its 2.2m customers on […]

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Green Deal Communities

January 6, 2014

Green Deal Communities

£20 million of capital funding is available for Green Deal street/area based proposals. Applications may be submitted at any time from September to 31 December 2013 for a minimum of £1 million. DECC is inviting local authorities (LAs), working with their partners, to come forward with ambitious and innovative street/area based proposals for funding. These […]

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Where to find help in a power cut

Contact details for electricity Distribution Network Operator companies placeholder If you experience a power cut you should contact the electricity Distribution Network Operator company that covers your area. Electricity Distribution Network Operator companies are responsible for maintaining the electricity supplies to our homes and businesses. Contact details for all the electricity Distribution Network Operator companies […]

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Leeds launches ‘UK’s largest’ Green Deal scheme

The 11 councils that make up the Leeds City Region have launched the country’s largest Green Deal scheme, predicting that more than 12,000 homes in Yorkshire should undertake energy efficiency improvements in the next few years. The £100m initiative is designed to help domestic and non-domestic properties reduce their energy bills and cut carbon emissions, […]

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