What is the renewables scene doing? An overview of the latest DUKES energy digest

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by Thomas Holdaway, Project Engineer, Catch Energy The headline figures from this years Digest of UK Energy Statistics (DUKES) again show great promise for the UK renewable industry. Further progress has been made against the UK Government’s Renewable Energy Directive of 15% of demand being fulfilled by renewable sources by 2020. As of the end of […]

The changing distribution of domestic PV Feed-in-Tariff installations

The changing distribution of domestic PV Feed-in-Tariff installations

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Here is a great graphic from our friends at Regen showing “domestic PV in England seemingly see-sawing from being a technology “for the rich”, to being installed in the richest and poorest areas reasonably evenly. During 2017 and 2018 we have seen a swing back, with particularly the poorest areas installing considerably less solar than […]

Our interview about improving agriculture in Brazil through low carbon project

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Following the announcement that Catch Energy successfully secured EU funding as a battery storage service provider with Low Carbon Brazil, Toni interviews our International Development Manager Julian Beach to find out more about the agriculture sector in Brazil, and specifically how a solar and storage solution can make it more efficient. The project: The project will see […]

Catch Energy wins €150,000 in EU funding for green energy Brazil project

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  We are proud to announce that Catch Energy has successfully completed the approval process as a battery storage service provider with Low Carbon Brazil. This European Union initiative is aimed at greening certain industrial and commercial sectors in Brazil by adopting low carbon technologies in areas such as energy production and consumption, transport, manufacturing, […]