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FIT Deployment Caps – Tariff Period 02 (1st April to 30th June 2016)

https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/system/files/docs/2016/04/160426_weekly_report_2.pdf

Solar Resources Change of Address

Solar Resources have moved; We are now at; Solar Resources The Old Brewery High Street Newick East Sussex BN8 4LQ

Solar PV February / March 2016 FIT Rates

The Solar PV feed in tariff rates from the 8th February to the 31st March have been announced and can be seen here; These rates are subject to deployment caps.

Feed in Tariff Rates Set For 1st October 2015 Until 31st December 2015

Ofgem have announced the revised Feed in Tariff rates (FITs) that will apply to new installations installed between the beginning of October and the end of December 2015.

Feed in Tariff rates announced For January, February and March 2015

Ofgem have announced a 3.5% Feed in Tariff reduction for new solar PV installations from January 2015. https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/ofgem-publications/91026/fitpaymentratetableforpublication1january2015pvtariffs.pdf Mark Marchant (4th November

Solar Resources are proud to sponsor “Making Waves on Broadway”

Solar Resources are proud to sponsor "Making Waves on Broadway" by Tim French MBE and It's Magic, this Sunday 24th August 2014.

No Change in Feed in Tariff Rates Until 2015

No Change in Feed in Tariff Rates Until 2015

Smallholders Show – 5th & 6th July 2014 – South of England Showground, Ardingly, Sussex RH17 6TL

Solar Resources would be delighted to meet you at our marquee at the Smallholders Show on Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th July at Ardingly Showground.

See us at The South of England Show 5th – 7th June 2014

Solar Resources would be delighted to see you at our marquee at the South of England Show on the 5th, 6th and 7th of June. Join us for a cup of tea, coffee or a glass of wine if you prefer,

Feed in Tariff Rates set from 1st July to 1st October 2014

The Feed in Tariff ( FIT ) rates for July, August and September have now been set by Ofgem. For systems below 50 kWp there is no change, above 50 kWp and for standalone and lower rate systems there will be a reduction of about 3 1/2 %.