Wednesday, February 14, 2007

UK: Microgeneration is on!

Swift 1.5kW Rooftop Wind Turbine - BowZED Housing Development, London

An array of 5 Swifts, atop TESCO, in Diss, Norfolk

Two Proven 2.5 kW turbnines, integrated with PV panels and signage for Sainsbury's, Greenwich, London.

The Iskra AT5-1, 5 kW, turbine in Worksop, Nottinghamshire

A pair of AT5-1s powering the new Environmental Education Centre in Rushcliffe Country Park, Ruddington, near Nottingham

Phase 2 of the DTI’s Low Carbon Buildings Programme (LCBP) opens, it is the successor to the old Clear Skies program. Grants are available for the supply and installation of any combination of the following technologies:

  • Solar photovoltaics
  • Solar thermal hot water
  • Wind turbines
  • Ground source heat pumps
  • Automated wood pellet stoves
  • Wood fuelled boiler system

So hurry up and order your own home wind turbine, while supplies last!


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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not 100% sure on that one, but there are rumours that the grants offered by the goverment for these installations are reduced to such extent that the offer them monthly and they expire the same day!

2:55 PM  
Blogger Chris Rich said...

http://www.eco-web.com/ is a green tech B2B clearinghouse board for products all over the planet. I didn't know if you've seen it.

I sent your blog url to Joan as Policewoman and you have a fan. I'm sending her some Rebeitika compilations soon.

4:56 AM  
Blogger Andreas Angelidakis said...

this is way cool

10:21 AM  

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