SASIE Ltd is proud to work with local schools to promote education in the renewable sector and get students engaged and interested in vocational training.
Here, students from Nottingham’s Big Wood School assemble a solar thermal unit while SASIE Ltd’s MD Mo Kelly supervises and instructs.
Schools interested in visiting SASIE Ltd to introduce their students to the industry can contact us on 0115 916 1046, or send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “School Visit”.
Late last year, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) lowered the rates for <4kWh PV installations. This move was challenged as unlawful, but the DECC appealed this ruling. Today, that appeal was rejected and the ruling upheld. Solar Power Portal has more:
“After deliberating since January 13, the Court of Appeal has today denied the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) a hearing for its appeal against the High Court’s December ruling on UK solar feed-in tariffs. This means the feed-in tariff will now go back to 43.3p for <4kW systems installed until March 3, 2012.
The three Lords Justices of Appeal announced their reserved judgment this morning following a hearing on January 13.
The court judgement means all those who have installed solar since December 12, and those who intend to install systems before the March 3 cut-off point, will receive the higher feed-in tariff rates for the full 25 years.”
Sasie Ltd is pleased with the High Court’s decision and aims to fulfil customer demand for installations before the March 3rd cut-off date. For further information about our installations or to make an enquiry, please contact our main office at 0115 916 1046 or send an email to email@example.com.
In 2012, SASIE Ltd will launch a pilot course, leading to a full training programme, in renewable technologies. Courses will be available for the installation of solar thermal, photovoltaic, ground and air source heat pumps, and, later, biomass. Training will utilise specialist rigs provided by Christiani GmbH, a German vocational equipment manufacturer whose products are already in use across Europe.
The qualifications gained through these courses will be particularly valuable, as they will be recognised by eight European countries including the United Kingdom. This will allow qualified installers to seek opportunities across the EU. In addition to meeting these EU standards, training will be mapped to Britain’s QCF system and result in recognised, accredited Level 3 qualifications.
More information will be made available before courses begin, here and on the Sasie Training Facebook Page. Interested parties can contact Sasie Training’s office on +44 (0) 115 916 6417, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The STA hold their annual conference on the 25th October 2010 in Newport Pagnell near Milton Keynes.
Willi Kirchensteiner from Christiani GMBH will be there to give a presentation on the European experience of Feed In Tariffs.
Sasie Ltd will be there too.
Together with Willi Kirchensteiner and Andreas Walz we’ll be showing off the Christiani training equipment.
For information on how to become a delegate follow the link below:
STA 2010 conference
German Company: Christiani GmbH were welcome guests at Bigwood School, Nottingham today where they demonstrated their state-of-the-art training equipment. Local renewable energy installers SASIE Ltd are working in partnership with Bigwood, Nottingham City Council and East Midlands Development Agency to delivery an enhanced BTEC Diploma in construction and have purchased the German equipment for this purpose.
Leading Industry organisations were represented including the Building Research Establishment, the Solar Trade Association and The National Energy Federation. Local organisations that visited included The University of Nottingham, New College Nottingham and Nottingham City Council.