SOLAR PANELS -(Photovoltaics) on church Buildings
As Christians it is our duty to care for the world with which we have been entrusted. It is now clear that our modern, energy-hungry lifestyles are changing the planet for the worse.
We must act now.
A briefing paper has been issued by the Methodist Church, CLICK HERE
In autumn 2011 the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) issued a consultation on feed-in tariffs (FIT) relating to PV Solar asking questions in relation to both domestic and non-domestic buildings.
The Methodist Church, United Reformed Church, Baptist Union of Great Britain and Quakers submitted a response to this consultation (see www.jointpublicissues.org.uk).
On Thursday 9 February DECC released their response to this consultation. This included the announcements that can be read HERE
SOLAR PANELS PROPOSAL
One Church, 100 Uses (1C100U), are interested in the potential benefits that are provided by renewable energy for churches.
They have developed a model that will provide a modest financial return through energy savings and the Feed-in Tariff (FiT), and show churches to be 'doing their bit' to reduce their CO2 footprint. CLICK HERE for more information and a short proforma