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Organic farm estate unveils series of net zero wins following period of investment

A CELEBRATED organic farm estate grew its reputation as a pioneer in sustainable business with a series of net zero triumphs including a move towards ‘regenerative agriculture’. The 12,500-acre Rhug Estate, based near Corwen in North Wales, is renowned for its carbon neutral processes and ground-breaking systems. Led by owner Lord Newborough, the award-winning Estate…

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Carbon Zero continues diversification journey with new solar cleaning business

INNOVATION and diversification continue at a renewable energy firm which has added a sparkling new service to its award-winning portfolio. Carbon Zero Renewables – part of the Carbon Zero Group based in Old Colwyn, St Asaph and Mochdre – is one of the few companies in the sector to offer solar panel cleaning in addition…

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Carbon Zero Renewables urges businesses to switch to solar as energy costs rise

A LEADING voice in the solar sector urged businesses to switch to renewable energy now or risk closure due to soaring costs. Across the UK, the combined triple threat of rising gas and electricity bills, supply chain issues and a decrease in consumer spending is hitting the private sector hard. With no sign of a…

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Cautious welcome for VAT cuts as solar firm enjoys Spring sales surge

A SHINING light in the solar industry has given green energy tax cuts a watchful welcome and revealed customer demand will lead to further growth in the coming months. Chancellor Rishi Sunak slashed the VAT on renewable options such as solar panels, insulation, and heat pumps to zero during his Spring statement, saving homeowners a…

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Solar surge for Carbon Zero Renewables as boss calls for Government energy U-turn

AN AWARD-WINNING renewable energy business has experienced a 1000% surge in orders for solar panels in past weeks. As consumers face a 30% rise in gas and electricity prices next year and independent utility companies go bust, more and more people are turning to net zero alternatives. Carbon Zero Renewables – part of the UK…

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