Lightsource BP has appointed Craig Love as its new global head of structured finance to lead the company’s future growth ambitions.
A battery storage site in Northern Ireland developed by Low Carbon and Gore Street Energy Storage Fund has been energised.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has confirmed solar will be allowed to compete in next year’s Contracts for Difference (CfD) round, but specific details have yet to be revealed.
A virtual power plant (VPP) combining solar and battery storage has been launched by AceOn in a bid to maximise renewable usage.
The 3.75MW Cuckmere Community Solar Farm is to directly power the Eastbourne-London mainline railway in a world-first project.
Low Carbon Ltd has agreed a deal with social enterprise Low Carbon Hub for the rights to a 19MW solar farm with battery storage potential.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) has outlined how it is continuing to pursue a 150MW subsidy-free portfolio as it reports high levels of generation.
Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF) has successfully raised £45 million through a share placing it said was significantly oversubscribed.
International solar developer ReneSola Power has signed a joint venture (JV) with Innova to develop a pipeline of utility scale solar in the UK.
Independent battery energy storage system (BESS) asset manager Still Waters Green Technology (SWGT) has acquired Swindon Borough Council’s 30MW Mannington project.
The City of London has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Voltalia for a 49MW solar farm in Dorset, in what it claims is a first of its kind deal in the UK.
Solar and storage technologies were conspicuously absent from Boris Johnson’s Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution.
Gore Street Energy Storage Fund has applied to triple its capacity in the Republic of Ireland, up to a total of 180MW.
EDF Renewables has announced another 49.9MW solar farm, as it continues its UK solar push.
UK based smart energy technology provider Social Energy has expanded into Australia with a new solar and storage offer in its first step outside its home market.
Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF) is looking to raise £45 million through a share placing to repay its drawn revolving credit facility, opening up its acquisition options.