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Don’t just tessellate it – design it!

Designing high quality solar systems isn’t as easy as you’d think. Architects and Solar Design When architects design a new build or renovation project they are often asked, or required by law, to have some solar PV capacity there. The…

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Feel the Purple. Join the new power generation

Did you know that Prince was a solar energy philanthropist as well as an inspirational musician? Prince and Solar for Social Housing Well, it turns out that he was.  According to Prince’s close friend Van Jones, “The world needs to…

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Church goes solar with community help

Our friends at Power Up North London developed a 19 kW solar PV project on the south facing roof of St. Anne’s church – this video shows how they did it! { “@context”: “”, “@type”: “VideoObject”, “name”: “Church goes…

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Important Consumer Issues

Being cold-called by solar companies?  Here’s our guide to what is a good deal and what isn’t. We’ve been getting a lot of enquiries recently from concerned PV system owners – and their worries can all be broadly categorised as…

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Is it time to renew your solar monitoring?

Do you use our ‘Sunny Days’ monitoring and metering system, if you do then you might want to read on? We are frequently asked by customers about the remote metering we offer. We started remote metering in 2010. For most…

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Why solar is still the way to go

Why solar is still the way to go Joju’s Head of Engineering James Page makes a compelling case for why Solar is still a sound investment. FIT Misconception It’s a common misconception that the FIT subsidies for solar have been…

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Dr Chris lends advice on LEDS to YouGen

Joju’s Dr Chris Jardine gives his expert opinion to YouGen on LED lighting and the savings they can have for homeowners. This week energy website YouGen published an article on LED lighting as the alternative option to the soon to…

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Governments says it’s “thinking through” solar

Climate change minister Nick Hurd says that the government is “thinking through” ways to drive established renewable technologies such as solar towards subsidy-free deployment. This week Climate Change Minister Nick Hurd provided evidence to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy…

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