UK supermarket giant Sainsbury’s has said that commercial rooftop solar is a crucial element to its sustainability plans and revealed that it is currently experimenting with battery storage technologies.
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.
Solar Power Portal runs through the nominations for this year’s Community Benefit Project award.
innogy SE, the renewable energy subsidiary of German utility RWE acquiring Belectric, has said customers should not expect to see any disruption or change in the service they receive from the company once the deal is completed.
The Belectric brand is to be taken over by innogy SE, the renewable energy subsidiary of German utility RWE, after a deal was agreed for the company’s solar, battery and O&M businesses.
Solar Power Portal talks to Trina Solar's Richard Rushin about the hurdles the UK's commercial rooftop market must overcome, and the opportunity out there for installers.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has upgraded its Q1 and Q2 2016 deployment stats, but warned of lower-than-average recorded sun hours over the last three months.
The UK’s energy infrastructure will need investment totalling almost £215 billion by 2030, nearly all of which will need to be earmarked for “disruptive” generation technologies such as renewables.
Industry leader DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions and Italian EPC firm Enerpoint share best practices for installing rooftop PV systems.
French renewables firm Voltalia has completed its acquisition of Martifer Solar in a move which the two companies said had resulted in the “birth of a global renewables champion”.
A Suffolk local authority has become the owner of one of the largest council-owned solar farms in the country after using capital reserves to purchase the Toggam Farm solar farm, in Lakenheath.
The European investment market for power generation assets is likely to be severely hit by the continuing impacts of the UK’s Brexit vote, ‘Big Four’ consultancy EY has warned.
The major broadcasting firm has embraced solar after a 463.4 kWp system was completed in West London earlier this year.
A research project underway at two universities to create a tool aiding solar developers in assessing the environmental impacts of a new project is calling on industry to take part in its work.