FIT & make money
the first time ever the Government has committed itself to
paying people to be "Green". The previous government
introduced the FIT allowance which enables people to be paid
for generating their own electricity. Now, at least one company,
has introduced a scheme which means that you can have Solar
PV panels installed FREE of CHARGE. They benefit from taking
the FIT allowance and you benefit from substantially reduced
electricity bills. If you can afford the initial capital outlay
to pay for your own installation you would be better off to
do so since the return on capital invested in the FIT scheme
is better than the returns from annuities and most other forms
See ECO finance
Our questions to the Prime
Mr Cameron explain why he has, at a stroke, undermined the
efforts of all those who are working on the problem of sourcing
and implementing sustainable/renewable energy from the Severn.
His recent decision to approve 8 new nuclear plants of a design
which has already run into problems and is proving to be far
more expensive and taking much longer to build than initially
quoted would seem to be political rather than practical.
are aware that nuclear and fossil fuel plants are necessary
in the short to medium term but equally important is the continuation
of research and experimentation into reliable "Green"
energy. We applaud his decision to continue supporting the
advancement of wind energy souces but these are erratic at
best. Britain is blessed with the potential for generating
power from Tidal Flow and Tidal Rise and Fall, both of which
have the capability of producing reliable and predictable
Mr Cameron tell us what justification he has for his total
rejection of the use of the river Severn to generate power.
As our website shows
the rise and fall of the Severn estuary has the capacity to
produce the same amount of energy as 6/8 nuclear power stations.
Has he rejected this because he has failed to do his homework
on the subject or has he been influenced by corporate financial
and/or political considerations.
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