Gresham House New Energy has welcomed a new investment director to develop the company’s unsubsidised renewables strategy.
The Solar Trade Association has rebranded to Solar Energy UK this year to reflect the “new era of solar in the UK”, with plans for increased member activity as well as striving for a target of 40GW installed capacity in the country by 2030. We caught up with chief executive Chris Hewett to find out what the trade body has in store for 2021.
The Irish Department of the Environment, Climate and Communication (DCCAE) is looking to launch a support scheme for microgeneration technologies, such as solar PV.
Sonnen has launched its 4.6kW sonnenBatterie 10 product in the UK and Ireland following its initial launch in Germany last year.
UK trade body rebrands and changes name as it lobbies for 40GW of solar capacity by 2030.
Despite surges elsewhere in the renewables sector, generation from solar in Great Britain fell in 2020 according to analysis from EnAppSys.
A new rooftop solar array is now generating at Scottish Water’s Campbeltown Water Treatment Works.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Egni Co-op's Rosie Gillam to discuss the benefits and challenges of co-ops, and the power of a 'DIY ethos'.
The Solar Media Podcast returns for its first episode of 2021, looking forward to what looks set to be a pivotal year for solar PV.
The Solar Trade Associations Jonathan Selwyn takes a look at solar in 2020, the challenges but also the resilience and the optimism going into 2021.
UK investor Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF) has acquired a fully operational 70MWp solar park in Wiltshire.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund has added a further 35MW to its portfolio with the acquisition of Tynemouth and completion of its Glassenbury B extension.
A second extension to the partnership between Viridian Solar and Persimmon Homes has been agreed.
Portsmouth is set to launch a new solar PV scheme that could help more than 30,000 homes install rooftop panels.
O&M provider expands UK footprint to reduce response time in growing core market.
State-owned electricity supply company ESB has announced its first major battery projects in Ireland, at sites in Inchicore, Co Dublin and Aghada, Co Cork.