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Despite the FiT cuts there is every reason for businesses across the UK to act NOW to reduce their carbon footprint

  • Posted On: 12 January 2016
David Cockayne, Managing Director of Oakapple Renewable Energy Ltd, puts forward his reaction to the Government’s consultation response which also followed the recent COP21 conference in Paris. David Cockayne comments; “With the COP21 conference drawing to a positive conclusion in December, the renewables industry might have hoped that our Government would have considered a positive response to their consultation; greater continued support for the deployment of solar PV, a helping hand to...

1.4MW Solar PV Installation

  • Posted On: 12 January 2016
Oakapple Renewable Energy manages the entire installation from conception to completion and is responsible for ensuring the project runs smoothly. Each project is unique and a dedicated project manager will work closely with you to ensure the highest quality installation is delivered right first time, every time. Here is a time lapse video of an Oakapple Renewable Energy 1.4MW Solar PV installation in Cornwall. Completed November 2015.

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Solar Back from the Brink?

  • Posted On: 18 December 2015

On 16th December 2015 the Government launched its response to its Consultation on the Feed in Tariff (FiT) and Renewables Obligation (RO). Overall the Government has listened to some of the concerns expressed by the tens of thousands of respondents to the Consultation on the FiT. It has however implemented in full its proposals for the RO.


Oakapple Renewable Energy help Storage Giant tackle energy bills

  • Posted On: 14 September 2015

Oakapple Renewable Energy have helped Storage Giant to tackle its energy costs by developing and installing a solar array project across two sites.


Installation of 3.1 million housing association solar scheme

  • Posted On: 20 January 2015

The Oakapple Berwickshire scheme, a partnership between Oakapple Renewable Energy and Edison Energy, have been selected to install 2.6MW of solar modules, supplied by Winaico, to over 750 housing association properties in Berwickshire, Scotland.