Installers are calling for an extension to the Green Homes Grants by at least eighteen months.
Thanks to fixed power purchase agreements (PPAs) and strong irradiation throughout the last year, Bluefield Solar Income Fund’s underlying earnings continued to grow to record levels.
MCS has updated its solar PV Standard as it celebrates the “encouraging levels” of new installations.
The solar powered rail network company Riding Sunbeams has gained its first ever commercial funding from Thrive Renewables and Friends Provident Foundation.
A 11.65MW solar farm has been installed by HBS New Energies as part of Anglian Water’s Solar Delivery Programme.
The University of Edinburgh is installing a ground-mounted solar farm to help it with its carbon neutral by 2040 ambitions.
Cornwall based installer Naked Solar talked to Solar Power Portal about operating through the COVID-19 lockdown, and the impact it has had on domestic solar installations.
Vortex Energy has completed the sale of its controlling and managing stake in its 365MW portfolio, originally purchased from ex-SunEdison yieldco TerraForm Power.
New UK focused solar developer Climate ER has secured funding for £250 million worth of utility scale projects.
Scottish Water has completed another solar site, as it continues its push to reach net zero by 2040.
Solar energy together with wind is set to power a new 10MW electrolyser outside of Glasgow, helping to generate green hydrogen.
Danish renewables giant Ørsted has confirmed there has been a fire at its 20MW Carnegie Road battery energy storage system (BESS) site in Liverpool.
Despite the uncertainty created by COVID-19, Octopus Renewable Infrastructure Trust’s (ORIT) dividend remains on track as the company releases its full interim results.
Scottish Water has detailed its plans to ramp up its reliance on renewable energy in its net zero roadmap.
The Solar Trade Association (STA) has teamed up with techUK and Renewable UK to help encourage power purchase agreements (PPAs) to help stimulate the UK’s renewable generation.
Solar proved a winning technology for the UK’s first ever Citizens' Assembly on climate change, with 81% supporting it.