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The future’s bright for business forum

Herefordshire businesses looking to improve their profitability whilst enhancing their sustainability joined to share their expertise on 16 July at the third meeting of the Business Futures Forum (BFF) which Caplor Energy hosted. The aim of the Forum is to provide a network of support and information for local businesses looking to increase their efficiency […]

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Our open letter in response to possible cuts in FiT subsidies

At Caplor our ethos is all about inspiring, sustainability and improvement so you can imagine our disappointment when we read the unfolding news about possible cuts to FiT subsidies for large scale installations. We’ve been moved to consult further with our partners so thought it appropriate to open this letter up to you. We hope […]

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Local farmers visit award winning farm

It’s not often we have the opportunity to support our customers and meet lots of new ones but last week was an exception. DG Whistance & Sons held a farm walk in partnership with NMR to treat us and 90 other farmers and landowners into an insight of their dairy and animal feed businesses.  They […]

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Caplor Energy to host July Business Futures Forum

The next date of Herefordshire’s Business Futures Forum (BFF) has been confirmed as 16 July and will be hosted at Caplor Farm. Gareth Williams is joint chair of BFF, as well as Managing Director of Caplor Energy, and will be hosting the forum followed by an introduction to Anaerobic Digestion by Professor Michael Chesshire (founder […]

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Is domestic solar facing a 15% VAT hike?

Residential solar could be facing a 15% hike in VAT following an European Court of Justice (EJC) ruling that deemed the UK’s use of reduced VAT rates for energy-saving materials a violation of the VAT directive.  If you’ve already scheduled your installation then you won’t be affected as the changes will not be applied retrospectively. […]

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