The Gaia Hypothesis

The Gaia Hypothesis

In 1985 I went to college at the University of East Anglia (UEA) to study Environmental Sciences. In my first term we were introduced to The Gaia Hypothesis via a book written by the British Scientist and engineer James Lovelock, ‘Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth’. ...
A Record Breaking Summer for Solar Power

A Record Breaking Summer for Solar Power

June was a scorcher, one of the UK’s hottest ever. It led to solar power breaking all records and providing a quarter of the country’s electricity: On 7 June, renewables generated more electricity than coal and gas for the first time ever in Britain – 50.7%....
Why SolarEdge inverters really do have the edge

Why SolarEdge inverters really do have the edge

As well as Solaredge inverters, there are a large number of inverters on the market and their names are probably unfamiliar, so how do you decide which one represents the best value ? Let’s begin with what the inverter does: the brain and heart of any solar power...