The Tanjent Management team yesterday completed the Cambridge Judge 2019 Business School Scale Up program with a presentation of our growth plan to a panel of financial and business experts. We got expert feedback and advice on our future planning. The Course Starting in April this year, this course comprised a series of lectures and
They say pictures tell a thousand words, so we have created a fun 'explainer' video to help explain how you can save money by generating your own electricity. If you would like a no-fuss, no pressure, no surprises quote at a price that is surprisingly low, we can give you an accurate first quote without
Last Friday a power cut affected nearly 1 million people in the UK. Trains ground to a halt across the country, and thousands of houses and businesses lost power. Most of us have been affected by power cuts at various times, and will continue to experience them from time to time. Power cuts are unpredictable,
We have had a reply to the VAT petition from the Treasury. See below for the full wording. Interestingly it shows that the UK government fought against the VAT rises with the EU but were defeated by the Court of Justice of the European Union siding with the European Commission.
It was never more important to keep renewable energy in the focus of our parliament. We have heard plans for net zero carbon for the UK which is a fantastic endeavour. However, it will only happen with government backing and my current focus is on helping domestic installs with appropriate incentives. Installed Solar
Are you a glass half-empty or half-full sort of person? Which type are you? (Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay) How you are enormously changes how you receive information. I recently listened to an episode of Analysis on BBC Radio 4, and I was left feeling some real optimism about our climate future.
Receiving a testimonial from a customer is always special. It takes time and effort to write one, and we all have busy lives. What made this particularly special is that it was from an installation that had not gone smoothly. Issues arose that took time and energy to resolve, and patience on the part of our
We were lucky to be invited to take part in the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire’s Entrepreneurs Challenge at the Hertfordshire County Show last week. We had a great weekend seeing piglet racing and some impressive horse jumping among other things. In the Entrepreneur's tent, we had a wide selection of demo items to show people including solar
Hot on the tails of the end of the Feed-In-Tariff, news was announced that the Solar VAT level will rise from 5% to 20% on 1st October. This means that all domestic Solar or Solar and Battery installations will experience a price rise of about 15%. This starts to make the economics marginal and will
My Home Power Station... I do enjoy seeing where my energy is going. I just grabbed a quick snapshot of my Solarman energy app and am delighted to see my generation is picking up. My home array is west facing, so it is always late in the day that it starts to build towards its