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Solar Digest Newsletter October 2012 Issue 44

Welcome to Issue 44 of the solar digest e-newsletter. Please feel free to send us any news you may have that would be of interest to other readers.

Featured Company:

Doepke UK Ltd ► Doepke UK Ltd

With over 55 years experience in the development and manufacture of residual current circuit breakers, Doepke have established a reputation as a specialist in residual current protection, and their RCCB product range is today the most comprehensive in the world with over 4000 variations manufactured in Germany.


Please Your Plug Campaign Aims to Boost Take-up of Solar

The solar industry is planning to launch a national online campaign to boost consumer confidence in solar power. The 'Please Your Plug’ campaign is being launched by Our Solar Future, the campaign first launched to fight cuts to solar subsidies.

ofgem Feed-in Tariff Table 1 November 2012

Ofgem have published the solar PV Feed-in Tariff rates which will come into effect from 1 November 2012.

DECC FIT Installation Week Ending 14th October 2012 DECC FIT Installation Week Ending 14th October 2012

Weekly PV Highlights:
The initial installation numbers for the week ending 14th October 2012 show 1,647 installations in that week compared to 1,351 for the week ending 7th October 2012.

Dimplex Has Solution To Social Housing Solar PV Ruling

Dimplex is helping registered providers go ahead with PV projects, thanks to a solar finance solution designed for social housing.

Upsolar Expands Sales Operations in Response to Growing Demand

Upsolar has announced the addition of two members to its UK-based team. The company has appointed Bob Mills to the role of National Sales Manager and Stuart Tandy as Key Account Manager.

New Era in Performance Assessment of Photovoltaic Systems Starts With pvSpot

GeoModel Solar has launched SolarGIS pvSpot, a new generation performance assessment tool for photovoltaic power plants.

Council Invests £170,000 for Greener Leisure Centres

Wave Leisure Trust Ltd and Lewes District Council have been working together to generate greener and cheaper electricity for two of their local leisure centres.


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