Otley Town Council Renewable Energy Feasibility Study

Earlier this year, we completed a renewable energy feasibility study for Otley Town Council. With a focus on community-led or owned schemes, we were asked to look at potential options for community renewable energy projects within the council boundary. Potentially, this was an enormous task, so we identified several options to focus on. Following early […]

Theresa May’s constituents demand real action on energy and climate change

Theresa May is continuing David Cameron’s legacy of inaction on energy and climate change. Any movement on climate change has gone into complete reverse over the last few years with the Government reducing or removing support for renewable technologies such as wind and solar power and removing schemes to improve energy efficiency, whilst at the […]

Is Solar PV right for you?

You may have been chewing over the idea of having solar PV panels installed, but don’t want to approach any particular company in case you get badgered with endless subsequent sales calls. Or maybe you’re worried about high pressure selling? Despite recent Government cuts to solar PV Feed In Tariffs (FITs) solar PV can still […]

Launch of Zero Carbon Yorkshire

Leeds, 27th February 2016. I enjoy attending these kinds of conferences. There are always a good number of like-minded people and lots of positive conversation. The aim of Zero Carbon Yorkshire (ZCY) is to bring together a cross-section of the Yorkshire community who have an interest in or are connected with projects and initiatives related […]

David Cameron’s constituents demand real action on energy and climate change

Since the dawning of the new Conservative Government in May 2015, any movement on climate change has gone into complete reverse with the Government reducing or removing support for renewable technologies such as wind and solar power and undermining schemes to improve energy efficiency. In November 2015, we took to the streets in Witney in […]