The carbon footprint of electric vehicles [embedded, operational and end-of-life emissions] [Part 1]

February 6, 2019 at 7:35 pm
The carbon footprint of Electric Vehicles

Many of our clients are considering the purchase of electric vehicles, either as a trial or for replacing part or even all of their existing light fleet. Electric vehicles are touted as one of the solutions to our climate crisis, but are they really emissions free? To analyse this question, we are publishing three blog … Continue reading The carbon footprint of electric vehicles [embedded, operational and end-of-life emissions] [Part 1]

Nine ways to maximise the financial benefit from your surplus solar energy

January 30, 2019 at 10:54 am
9 ways to maximise the financial benefit from your excess solar

Our recent blog posts related to the treatment of surplus solar energy. We considered the carbon accounting treatment of your exported solar, explained peer-to-peer energy trading and its applicability to solar exports. In this blog post, we are investigating nine ways how you can maximise the financial benefit from your excess solar. Nine ways to … Continue reading Nine ways to maximise the financial benefit from your surplus solar energy

The current reality of peer-to-peer energy trading for sharing surplus solar energy

December 19, 2018 at 2:08 pm
Current reality of P2P energy trading for surplus solar electricity

With falling prices for solar panels and with experience gained on previous solar PV projects, many of our clients are thinking about increasing the size of their current solar installation where space allows. By increasing the size of their system, many clients would be exporting some of their solar electricity, especially on weekends. Naturally, the … Continue reading The current reality of peer-to-peer energy trading for sharing surplus solar energy

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