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Energy Market going through some rough seas. Good for selling bad for buying

It’s been an interesting few months in the export business (generated electricity that is). The first of the predicted energy supply companies went to the wall this week. GB Energy had 150,000 customers (including my father in law!) and the … Continue reading

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Climate change mitigation and getting off oil. Latest installment!

Thursday was a good day. we were invited by the Climate Change Environment and Rural Affairs Committee in Welsh government to show our plans, discussions and projects and so on Wednesday we had an NT and partners day. The weather … Continue reading

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MOPs, Triads, LEC’s, REGOs and other such weird terms. Selling your generated energy… simple. Hah!

The following is what I understand of the energy market by dabbling at the periphery. Now that you’re making electricity you decide to move out of the guaranteed minimum value, set by the government for all generators under the Feed … Continue reading

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Community energy flying or should I say digging in

It’s been a mad few months on community energy in this part of Wales. I am one of the founding directors of the first end to end community energy supply companies in UK and the smart meters are being installed … Continue reading

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What a chat over a cup of coffee can lead to

The Fit for the Future Network received the huge accolade of winning a  Business Green Leaders Award in the Employee Engagement Campaign of the Year 2016 category. The Fit for the Future Network set up in 2013 following myself and Keith … Continue reading

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National Trust Bodnant Garden and its electric robot. Natural next step? Ask Ernie!

Its been a busy few weeks hence the lack of blogs. On Monday I was over in Bodnant Garden with Adam Salvin the assistant Head Gardner meeting Ernie. Ernie is the electric robot mower (iMow) being trailed at the world-famous … Continue reading

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“I believe”… More importantly hundreds of people believe!

Its been a busy old few days travelling all over the country. Mr Southall wins the prize this last week. Sharing and learning from and to others. The highlight of my week was the complete sell out of Ynni Padarn … Continue reading

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