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  • In today's scenario of global economic slow down, everyone wants to save money on everything, be it purchasing electronic gadgets, clothes or be it getting gas or electricity deals, people are getting more cautious with their spending day by day. Let us discuss the available options for consumers in UK, for getting cheap gas and electricity deals.
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  • Solar energy is the wave of the future in energy procurement: solar is free, easy to obtain, and provides more than enough energy for most typical households. For these very reasons, building your own cheap solar panels is a great way to reduce utility costs and "Go Green" at the same time!
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  • Gas and electricity are the major sources on which the daily life of a person depends. From cooking food to lighting the house, these two attributes are used in every facet. That's why there is a very hard competition in the UK energy market. There is a lot of fluctuation seen in the energy prices. Therefore, a number of people intend to change their gas and electricity provider in order to grab a better opportunity.
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  • Energy bills have risen 140% in less than 10 years - According to uswitch.com, the average household annual energy bill is now £1,252, which is an increase of 140% since 2004, and is becoming a real burden for most homes.
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  • In order to live a hassle free life, it is very important for a person to satisfy the basic requirements instead of fulfilling the luxurious needs. The basic requirements include gas and electricity. These requirements appear very small but are very vital for the survival of life.
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  • There are many household items which are necessary for our daily lives. These items may be clothes, telephone, cooking gas, electricity, and many more. But among these resources the most important thing, without which, it might be difficult to survive ,i.e., gas and electricity. These two energy sources are used for several purposes. One can use these for cooking, lighting his house etc.
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  • Government to scrap or revamp solar Feed-in-Tariff stats - The Government have all-but finalised plans on scrapping the current publication of weekly Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) figures, which are a key factor in deciding upon forthcoming changes to the subsidy.
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  • How to get your solar panels installed before the tariff cuts - There are now only a few weeks left before the latest tariff cuts take effect, which doesn't leave a lot of time to gather some prices, book an installation date and submit your information in time to qualify for the current Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) and earn up to £13,500 more than installing after August 1st.
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  • Is your solar panel investment insured? - With a huge number of homeowners now receiving healthy payments from the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) after investing in solar panels, the issue of insuring their investment seems to have been overlooked.
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  • Its time to get Smart about monitoring your energy usage - In the Depertment of Energy and Climate Change's report about the public's perception on Smart Meters, what they are and what they can do, it seems that half of the public aren't aware of smart meters at all and fewer that 5% have them installed - Even though most energy companies will install them for free!
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  • MP confirms low solar installation costs - This week we received a letter from Gregory Barker MP, with some information concerning solar and the Government's plans for renewables. The letter remained positive with its backing of renewable technology and also commented on the fact that a 4kW system now costs £10,500 less than two years ago.
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  • 'My first year's earnings from solar panels' - This week an early adopter of solar panels, who has recently passed his one-year anniversary of having PV panels on his home, emailed in with some feedback and results of the install. When Steve totalled up the amount of electricty his panels generated, and subsequently the feed-in-tariff payments he recieved for doing so, there were some interesting and unexpected findings.
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  • 'Powering the Nation' - The shocking report on energy waste in UK homes - In a report recently by the Energy Saving Trust (EST), the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) which was commissioned to uncover the electricity consumption habits of British households, the reliance on household appliances and gadgets is responsible for a huge increase in electricity consumption.
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  • Solar Feed-in-Tariff reductions delayed - is it all good news though? - Like many people in the solar industry were suggesting, the government has postponed the reductions to the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) from July 1st to August 1st, but is this news as good as it seems?
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  • Solar installation rates rise as homeowners rush to beat the tariff cuts - Following a lacklustre April and early May, the solar industry is once again showing high rates of solar installation, largely due to homeowners scrambling to install before the cuts to the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) on August 1st and ensure they receive higher payments for the 25 year term and not the reduced rate under a 20 year term.
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  • Solar installation rates soar as we approach August 1st tariff cuts - The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has released the installation figures of solar panels for May which show a significant rise, suggesting that the solar industry is on the rise again.
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  • Solar panel industry warn of rogue salesmen - For years now we've heard the horror stories of the 'double-glazing salesman'; pushy, aggressive, quoting incredibly high before halving the price after a call to his 'manager', refusing to leave the home until someone signs something. Well it seems that some of these sales tactics are threatening to cross into the solar industry.
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  • Solar panels top home-buyer's wishlist - A recent survey by mortgage provider ING Direct has found that solar panels topped the wishlist of bonus features that buyers look for with a huge 38%
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  • Solar Panels UK - For those who have looked into having solar panels installed, or most of the public that have heard about them being such a profitable investment, then now is the time to act before the payments of the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) are reduced.
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  • Solar performance database promises power boost - Households that have installed solar panels are being invited to submit data on their performance to a new free service that promises to let them know if their system has been properly optimised.
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  • Energy is the major requirement of life because it is required for the purpose of meeting our day to day requirements. Our chief energy requirements are gas, oil, electricity etc. Without these necessary ingredients, life seems to be egregious. You can use this vital commodity for a variety of purposes like cooking food, driving vehicles and many other. So, we need to have an endless supply of energy.
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  • The sun is setting on the 21p tariff - There are now only a few weeks left before the latest tariff cuts take effect, which doesn't leave a lot of time to gather some prices, book an installation date and submit your information in time to qualify for the current Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) and earn up to £13,500 more than installing after August 1st.
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  • The sun returns and brings a boost to your solar earnings - Following the seemingly non-stop showers of April , the sun is once more shining and weather experts predict it to continue through June, serving as a good reminder of how beneficial harnessing the sun's rays can be.
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