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At Eclipse Energy we find our customers cost efficient Renewable solar PV energy and energy conservation solutions…

Eclipse Energy work to a very high standard of continuous improvement for the supply of renewable solar pv energy, and with ECO funding and Green Deal energy saving insulation and highly efficient heating and boiler systems.

Our efficient and professional work ethic has won us many accreditations and we are now trusted by local authorities and schools as well as homes and businesses throughout the north of England.
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Green Deal Home Improvement Fund Explained

What`s new?

  • The Daily Mail Online posses the question… With fuel bills set to double by 2023 is it worth installing solar.
  • Better than a pension? That’s what the Energy Minister, Greg Barker reports in his latest article in the Telegraph, saying.
  • The Office of the Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) has warned of a contraction of the country’s power-production capacity, mainly.
  • According to the UK Met Office’s chief scientist. Climate change almost certainly lies behind the storms that have been lashing.
  • A free home insulation scheme for poorer households will be retained despite reports David Cameron wanted to get rid of.
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