Category: News

What Is A Passive House?

The following article aims to outline what a Passive House is and give information on what’s involved. Whilst The Greener Group does not build passive houses, we supply many of the renewable technologies required to enable a house to be classified as passive. Introduction You may or may not be familiar with the concept of…
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Why You Should Consider Renovating Your Property With Renewable Technology

It’s becoming increasingly more popular these days for people to seek out different solutions to making their home more efficient. With the constant rise of energy prices and more people wanting to go greener, it’s making more and more sense to invest.We think we have the solution – renewable technology.A lot of people may think…
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The Feed In Tariff

The Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) The Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme is a UK Government programme that is designed to encourage and benefit installers of smaller renewable electricity generation systems. Through the FIT, you can be paid for any electricity you generate if you have installed one of the eligible technologies, such as solar PV, a wind or…
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The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) *Updated For 2018*

Changes To The Renewable Heat Incentive For 2018 The Government have now confirmed that the Renewable Heat Incentive will continue running until 31st March 2021. We have also seen an increase in tariffs since 1st April 2018. The new tariffs are as follows: Biomass Boilers & Stoves has increased from 6.54p to 6.74p p/kWh.Air Source…
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Carbon Trust Green Business Fund

Carbon Trust Green Business Business Fund Receive up to £5,000 free from the Carbon Trust towards a renewable or low energy project! Most small to medium enterprises have a range of energy costs which the just pays. Machinery, processes and staff need light, heat and energy and that’s that. Get the bill, pay the bill,…
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WET Sustainable Wastewater Purification Systems

WET Systems, otherwise known as wetland ecosystems, have the ability to purify wastewater. Organic nutrients present within wastewater are absorbed and transformed to plant biomass and soil via natural processes. Such systems simply rely on the natural growth of plants and can therefore the process can be classed as solar-powered. Electricity and hence fossil-fuels to…
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Your Future Home – Or A Renewable Power Station

Researchers based at the University of Swansea have stated that the design of future homes should have the capability to generate, store and distribute their own solar energy. Such homes have already been completed and owners are seeing reduced energy bills of more than 60%, saving up to £600 per year. The further installation of…
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6 Incredible Uses Of Renewable Technology

If you’re like us here at The Greener Group, you love to find out about new interesting and innovative uses of renewable technology. No idea is too big or too small for some people, and the possible uses of renewable technology are still relatively unexplored. There are some fantastic projects happening all over, so we’ve…
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Renewable Heating Incentive Caps For Domestic Systems

As of the 20th September 2017 a budget cap is to be introduced to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme for domestic installations. The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is introducing annual heat demand limits for technologies including air-source heat pumps (ASHP), ground-source heat pumps (GSHP), biomass burners and solar thermal. The…
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