Renewable Energy round up – July’s posts on Solar Panel Quoter – the Blog.

Looking back over July’s blog posts here at Solar Panel Quoter Blog, I think we’ve surpassed ourselves in terms of both content and illustrations so my thanks to all those photographers on Flickr who’ve allowed their work to be used via creative commons licence.

My thanks also to the people who’ve initially reported, tweeted or blogged many of the topics we’ve explored and written on during July.

Keep up the good work guys!

So without further ado (because I know our growing regular band of readers – you know who you are – thank you for your patronage, are waiting with baited breath), here is our ‘Best Photo Illustration’ as voted for by me.

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Used to illustrate our blog post on the 12th July. Well done to Vato Bob for a stunning and engaging photo.

And here’s a complete rundown of the headlines / blog posts we published during July here on Solar Panel Quoter – the Blog:

Do energy bills leave you confused?

Feeling Hot Hot Hot – June 2010 – Monthly blog post round up.

Oxford school becomes UK’s largest solar panel installation.

Heavy! Work starts on offshore wind farm Sheringham Shoal.

North Sea still has oil to yield.

Welsh Businesses see the potential of renewables.

Irish solar panel firm partners with Fiat.

Lake District wind turbine planning refusal proves renewable is no guarantee.

Energy Suppliers were lagging behind.

Holy Solar Panels Batman!

Pyramids, Camels and solar panels.

Marine based renewables could provide 50% or Europe’s energy needs.

There’s a ‘hole lot’ going on in Newcastle.

Ahoy! matey’s – fish fingers go green.

Plans for Wind Farm port on the Humber.

Bio-massive.

North Wales coastline tidal power gets early council support.

Are the Renewable Heat Incentives (RHI) in jeopardy?

Low carbon buildings fund early closure.

All hail London’s new cycle hire scheme.

Swaffham Eco-centre gets UK’s largest solar panel.

£30 billion needed for UK offshore wind farms.

Green days out during the Summer Holidays.

Sunflowers make you smile – in Bognor Regis.

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