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.
Solar Power Portal details the runners and riders for this year's Large-scale PV Project award.
A university in London has launched what it claims to be the first community-funded solar project on a higher education establishment in the UK.
Solar Power Portal runs through the nominations for this year's Commercial Energy Storage Project award.
The UK’s surging solar PV capacity has helped the country to a new quarterly renewable electricity generation record.
In the lead up to October’s ceremony, Solar Power Portal will be delving into each category to profile the shortlisted nominees in detail. Here, we look at those shortlisted for the Residential PV Project award.
Solarsense has revealed details of the completion of a series of commercial rooftop solar installations earlier this year for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) at a number of its nature reserves.
Virgin Media reduced its carbon emissions year-on-year by more than 6% in 2015, and the company said it owes some of this reduction to a trial run of on-site generation as well as various energy efficiency projects.