Prominent solar developers in the UK have started to tally up their recent work, totalling what was connected to the grid prior to last Friday’s Renewables Obligation deadline.
As the pipeline of solar projects continues to grow in Ireland, the gap between the number of grid applications submitted and the number of planning applications becomes more evident. After attending ISEA’s recent planning workshop, Lauren Cook, research analyst at Solar Media, explains why developers should work closer with planners on future projects.
In-house market research conducted by Solar Media Ltd can now reveal exclusively that the UK added 223MW of new solar PV during the second quarter of 2016.
Lauren Cook, market analyst at Solar Media, looks at the types of developers vying for position in the nascent solar market of Ireland ahead of the government's policy framework expected in the coming months.
The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has estimated that just 88MW of solar was installed in Q2 2016, less than half than was deployed in Q2 2015.
Often, with potential new solar markets, there can be a lot of hype and uncertainty regarding precisely how much deployment to expect and the timelines for this new capacity to come online. Lauren Cook, analyst for Solar Intelligence, discusses the potential for solar in Ireland in the years to 2020 and beyond.
Finlay Colville, head of market research at Solar Media, reveals how UK solar is preparing for the final deployment deadline under the ROC framework.
Solar companies start planning for Republic of Ireland boom as Brexit vote stalls UK market activity
Finlay Colville, head of market research at Solar Media, explains what the uncertainty caused by the recent vote to leave the EU means for UK solar and the burgeoning market in the Republic of Ireland.
UK solar has continued to break records after generation reached a new peak of delivering almost a quarter of electricity demand.
Quercus Assets Selection has announced the successful debt financing of three UK solar farms after securing £13.6 million of portfolio level debt from Santander UK over a ten-year tenor.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change has claimed that 98MW of solar capacity was added in May and revised upwards its Q1 deployment estimate.
Finlay Colville, head of market research at Solar Media looks into how the government continues to struggle with solar deployment
Primrose Solar has secured a £42 million debt financing deal with Deutsche Bank to refinance the Eveley solar farm it purchased in December last year.
The wait is over, and the counting has been finished by our research team. The size of the UK solar market in the first quarter of 2016 can now be revealed and analysed in detail.
Finlay Colville reveals the EPCs to feature in positions 6 to 2 in this week’s Top 20 list
Finlay Colville reveals the EPCs to feature in positions 16 to 12 in this week’s Top 20 list