So Long Solar Power Subsidies

A Runaway Success Story The feed in tariff was first introduced in April 2010 as a financial incentive to encourage property owners across the UK to install renewable energy technology on their homes and businesses. Eligible systems receive a payment for the clean energy they generate that ‘feeds in’ to Read more…

BHESco Volunteering Hands

Volunteering for BHESCo

This week is Student Volunteering Week, so we asked our volunteer George Stone to explain why he chose to work with BHESCo. George is a second year politics student at the University of Brighton, and has become an invaluable member of the team since joining us in October 2018. Over Read more…

Energy Bills

UK Cold Homes Crisis

Identifying Fuel Poverty Fuel Poverty Awareness Day is coming up, on the 15th February 2019. And as the wintery weather continues, it is important that we discuss the crisis of fuel poverty in the UK – an issue that perhaps gets overlooked or depoliticised as there are currently more salient Read more…