Renewable energy news, August 2018

Renewable Energy News – August 2018

The heatwave of earlier in the summer may seem a distant memory for most, but a change in the weather across the UK doesn’t mean that the world of renewables has stood still.  We have complied some of the many…

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Renewable Energy News – July 2018

It’s been a busy month in the world of renewable energy; with the summer so far being the fifth sunniest ever recorded in the UK, it’s no surprise that solar PV system output is breaking records left, right and centre.…

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Overcoming EV Range Anxiety

Sales of electric vehicles (EV) and plug-in hybrids (PHEV) in the UK rose by 27% in 2017, year on year, and the latest figures, released in April 2018, show that around 146,000 plug-in vehicles are currently driving around on our…

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Joju Solar at Fully Charged Live

The team behind Youtube channel ‘Fully Charged’ are branching out and running their own event – Fully Charged LIVE. Over 2 days, June 9th and 10th 2018, Fully Charged LIVE will be showcasing the latest electric vehicle and renewable energy…

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Joju Solar’s April Project Showcase

Well it’s been quite an April here at Joju Solar!  We’ve delivered a whole host of projects this month and lots of them have featured some really innovative design.  We give our customers bespoke designs for all projects, and the…

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13 Electric Vehicle Myths Busted

Electric vehicles (EV) have come a long way in the last few years, so more and more people are seeing them as a viable alternative to conventional petrol or diesel cars and vans, hence the 141,000 plug-in cars and vans …

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Councils install EV chargepoints with Joju

As the electric vehicle market begins to take off, more chargepoints are needed in public locations so that drivers can charge when away from the home. Local councils are therefore providing EV chargepoints in public locations such as car parks,…

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Bringing Solar Energy to a School in Kenya

When Oxford based charity, the Kalinda Foundation, got in touch to see if we could help bring solar to a school in Kenya, of course we said yes!  Ricard Aiguabella presents the first of a series of guest blogs on…

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The Future of Distributed Energy in 2018

In our latest blog, we look ahead to see what the 2018 holds for the distributed energy technology sector. Looking back at 2017 – a year of change It’s fair to say 2017 was a year of phenomenal change within…

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Running an Electric Car on Solar Energy

One of the most common questions we are asked is: can I run my car on solar energy?  It seems to be the logical next step for electric vehicle owners to want to power their cars in the cleanest way…

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