Brilliant Harvest

Sustainable farming in Somerset. Brilliant Harvest 001- Eden This spring saw the completion of a 2mW solar farm at Manor Farm near Castle Cary in Somerset constructed, owned and operated by Eden. The installation was completed several weeks ahead of schedule ensuring the project falls within the government’s renewables obligation scheme (ROCs) final deadline of…

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CO2 emissions can be reduced by 70% by 2050

Global energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions can be reduced by 70% by 2050 and completely phased-out by 2060 with a net positive economic outlook, according to new findings released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Perspectives for the Energy Transition: Investment Needs for a Low-Carbon Energy Transition, launched on the occasion of the Berlin…

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Are you considering investing in solar?

EDEN’s Scott Burrows examines the importance, and future growth, of corporate PPA investment in solar. Catch Scott at this year’s Solar Finance and Investment, Europe conference.   February 2nd sees Eden’s founder, Scott Burrows, take the floor at Europe’s prestigious Solar Finance and Investment conference in London. Scott will be one of the many influential…

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Another Award Shortlisting – REA!

We have been shortlisted for our second major award in about 6 months – the Renewable Energy Association (REA) award for Financial Leader in Renewables Deployment. The list of shortlisted nominees also includes a some other little companies, such as Tesla.  The future is bright.  The future is clean.

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The New Era – Exciting Times

Eden Sustainable are delighted to have successfully delivered on their first SPV. Final systems are going operational Q1 2016 such that we are holding a potent and broad range of customers and system sizes. All in all it has been a good 18 months for Eden: Shortlisted for a Solar Power Portal award for Solar…

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SOLAR IN 2016 – IT IS ON!

Some may say good news is hard to come by in UK solar at present, but I beg to differ. The simple fact is that electricity prices are high, and getting higher. Despite PPA rates being 30% higher than last year, the offer is still very good for businesses. Why would you not reduce your…

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