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Our existing access to millions of pounds worth of funding, coupled with providing ECO & Green Deal measures, ensures there is always a steady stream of work available for distribution across our assessor and installer network. A network member enjoys the peace of mind that they are installing pre-approved measures guaranteeing them payment and not speculative installs. We also ensure that every step is pre-approved so that you also have the peace of mind that the paperwork is in order. Intelligent Global Power has set in motion rigid policies for Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), Feed-in Tariffs (FiTs), Energy Companies Obligation (ECO), and The Green Deal. There are no exceptions made within Intelligent Global Network, pay-on-pay is our model and it was set up so that every step of the process gets the green light before you move to the next. We have made the whole process as easy as 1, 2, and 3.

Intelligent Global is a fund manager and allocates funding and works on a geographical basis and a match between the services required and the services available through each network member. Wherever possible we favour local providers who live and work in the community. Our pre-requisite condition is that every company within our supply chain join Construction Line.

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Solar PV

Solar PV is, by far, the technology which has experienced the highest increase in its uptake over the period 2009-2013. Solar PV panels prices have undergone an unprecedented downward fall, financial incentives to encourage the uptake of small scale solar PV have been introduced over this period and solar has the advantage of scaling easily.

Biomass Boiler

The market for biomass power plants boomed over the 2009-2013 period in the UK largely because of the introduction of the non-domestic RHI in November 2011.
With a further introduction of Domestic RHI April 2014 Biomass Boilers are set to explode.

Biomass Boiler & Solar PV

The market for biomass power plants continued to boom over the 2012-2013 periods in the UK with a 65% increase largely because of the introduction of the non-domestic RHI in November 2011. This growth is expected to accelerate in years to come. Solar PV continued to benefit from FITs as well as the launch of crowd funding platforms to help scale-up existing solar PV systems.
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