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Heat 99% of your water for free with the Bunsen Air Heat 99% of your water for free with the Bunsen Air

Heat 99% of your water for free with the Bunsen Air

2018, and everybody is trying to save money and save our precious planet. The Bunsen Air has been allowing everybody to do both, with just one installation. Electricity and the world has, to say the least, had a turbulent relationship. As modern humans, we really do need electric to live but it has unarguably had a catastrophic effect on the world. Unsightly power plants have been the main source of electric and in turn they have polluted and contributed to the destruction of the planet. Of course, there are many contributors to climate change but the vast majority of the […]

Information on the Bunsen Air Information on the Bunsen Air

Information on the Bunsen Air

Find out more about the renewable technology, designed for the UK climate to generate 100% of your hot water requirements, day and night. The Bunsen Air turns your existing water cylinder into a solar store, generating 100% of your domestic hot water needs, with no need for any sunlight or warmth the Bunsen Air is the first of it’s kind to actually be usable in the temperamental UK climate. How does it work? The Bunsen air simply attaches to the existing pipes of your hot water cylinder with simple plumbing techniques. Two bunsen panels are mounted externally. The innovative bunsen […]

Everything you need to know about the Energy Performance Certificate Everything you need to know about the Energy Performance Certificate

Everything you need to know about the Energy Performance Certificate

If you’ve enquired for solar panels before, or are looking for more information before investing you might have heard (or be tired of hearing) about the Energy Performance Certificate. So what is it? And more importantly, why is it necessary? An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) simply put measures how efficient a property is. They have always been compulsory for people who were looking to rent or buy a property, much to the dismay of estate agents who probably just saw it as an extra bit of paperwork. However, it does make sense to get an EPC, especially with the forever […]

Should we follow in Berlin’s footsteps and pull out of fossil fuels? Should we follow in Berlin’s footsteps and pull out of fossil fuels?

Should we follow in Berlin’s footsteps and pull out of fossil fuels?

Berlin’s parliament voted to pull its money out of coal, gas and oil companies, in a huge move to support renewables and show the world where they stand on environment issues. This new investment is part of Germany’s goal of being completely carbon free by 2050. Berlin isn’t the first, though; it’s actually the 7th major city to join the eco-friendly movement, following in the footsteps of places like Paris, Seattle, Copenhagen and Melbourne. These decisions are a massive victory for the renewables movement, allowing the world to be one step further away from an absolute climate disaster. So should […]

How did the solar eclipse affect solar power? How did the solar eclipse affect solar power?

How did the solar eclipse affect solar power?

Following up from yesterday, the much anticipated solar eclipse was certainly a sight to behold. With much talk about how solar energy would be affected by the phenomena, here’s exactly what happened. Millions across America gazed into the sky to watch the rare total eclipse. As you can probably imagine, it’s a surreal sight to see your surroundings plunge into darkness for just a couple minutes, whilst the moon blocks the sun. The eclipse also proved to be a test to the electric grid which is becoming increasingly more reliant on solar power. This proved to be an invaluable test […]

How will the solar eclipse affect solar panels? How will the solar eclipse affect solar panels?

How will the solar eclipse affect solar panels?

Although it might only be a partial eclipse in the UK (like that isn’t still impressive), the solar world is preparing for an unusual occurrence. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or as it more commonly known – living away from social media, you would have seen the absolute meltdown people are having over the solar eclipse that will happen later today. Already people all over America have claimed their solar eclipse viewing spot, the sales of sunglasses have rocketed past the sun and the internet seems to be entering into a void of eclipse excitement. However, solar power […]

What Scotland’s biggest solar farm represents What Scotland’s biggest solar farm represents

What Scotland’s biggest solar farm represents

Scotland’s largest solar farm has been given the green light, a significant move for renewable energy. Moray Council gave Elgin Energy the go ahead to develop the 20MW project near Urquhart. What could this immense project mean for the rest of the UK? The new solar panel farm could see about 80,000 solar panels be installed, but how will this affect those of us living in Preston or other parts of the UK? It is true that solar farms generate electricity locally and feed into the local electricity grid, but that doesn’t mean that we won’t benefit from this mega […]

The advantages of adding a battery to your solar photovoltaic system The advantages of adding a battery to your solar photovoltaic system

The advantages of adding a battery to your solar photovoltaic system

It is a question which many have asked; what actually are the benefits of adding a battery to your solar photovoltaic system? To make it a little bit easier to answer, Alan Cartwright published an in-depth study on the advantages of batteries for his own solar system. His study saw substantial conclusions which may prove beneficial to anybody who hasn’t yet weighed out the strengths and weaknesses for solar batteries on their properties. I am admittedly guilty of using general claims about solar batteries, such as ‘they are the future’ and as much as I believe this statement it is […]

Brightening up the future of Uganda with solar lamps Brightening up the future of Uganda with solar lamps

Brightening up the future of Uganda with solar lamps

It might surprise you but in Uganda, 90% of the population is not connected to an electric grid, which means most people rely on flame based lamps powered by kerosene. Not only are these lamps dim and expensive, they also come with health costs. Many people living in Uganda will cook over open flames, meaning indoor air pollution can make it equivalent to smoking about two packs of cigarettes in just one day, as well as many losing their homes and lives to house fires. Maybe less surprising is the fact that many have turned to solar energy to help […]

How to improve your home’s energy efficiency How to improve your home’s energy efficiency

How to improve your home’s energy efficiency

With energy prices on the rise, it has never seemed like a better time to make your home more energy efficient. By improving your energy efficiency rating you save yourself money and improve the overall performance of your house. Taking a few simple measures, such as turning your heating down, choosing the ‘eco’ setting on your washing machine and using energy-saving light bulbs can make a big difference. So, where do you begin? It might seem a little daunting at first, but it just takes small steps at a time. The most effective approach is to target the envelope of […]