Recent Press from Easy RSS. Easy RSS are the UK's No.1 provider of Renewable Design Software for the renewables and microgeneration sector. Easy RSS specialise in supporting Renewable Installers all over the UK in compliance with the design and calculation requirements under MCS Certification.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change has released statistics that show that Scotland’s renewable electricity generation in the first half of 2014 was 30% higher compared to same period in 2013. 

Recent statistics released by the Department of Energy & Climate Change have shown a further increase in the number of Renewable Technologies installed utilising Green Deal Finance.

A study carrier about by CEBR to quantify the economic impact of Britain's solar boom, suggests that, with stable government policy, large-scale solar projects are on track to becoming the cheapest way to generate electricity in the UK. It concludes that bold Government action to back British solar could create 60GW of generation capacity by 2030

Initial uptake figures for the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive show steady growth. In the first 21 days of the RHI, 1,080 applications were filed, taking place between the 9th and 30th of April.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has launched a consultation over its plans to allow commercial users to retain their Feed in Tariff (FiT) payments if they move premises.

MCS have announced a range of standard changes for MCS Installers.

RHIThe number of applications for the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive have shown further growth according to the latest statistics announced by Ofgem.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change are running a series of RHI Roadshows to provide businesses, installers and consumers with information on the Renewable Heat Incentive.