Solarport Systems' marketing and brand manager Christy Tattershall takes a look at the supply challenges impacting the solar sector in the UK, and the benefits of domestic manufacturing.
Q&A: Field’s Elspeth Vincent discusses the legal considerations of storage expansion at ‘blitzscale’
Solar Power Portal caught up with Field’s Elspeth Vincent to talk about the legal considerations of expanding a storage pipeline at “blitzscale” and ensuring the risk lines up with the rewards.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Richard Partington, managing director of AceOn Energy to discuss the company's social housing business model, its new battery and why now is the perfect time to rollout solar and storage.
The increasing capacity of battery energy storage systems (BESS) in the UK is leading to the development of new types of contractual arrangements, while financing is “developing at a rapid pace”, according to Jonathan Cohen, head of energy at law firm Howard Kennedy.
Griff Thomas from GTEC discusses the scope of the technology in residential domestic settings and explains the training and standards that are supporting growth in this critical sector.
Solar Power Portal sat down with Strategic Power Projects’ managing director Paul Carson to discuss the utility scale market in Ireland, and the opportunities it presents.
Solar Media's head of market research Finlay Colville takes a look at the UK's impressive solar growth in the past year, following 730MW of solar PV being installed.
Following Octopus Energy increasing its SEG rate due to high power prices, Solar Power Portal took a look at the rates on offer from suppliers following the launch of the SEG two years ago.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Segen's sales and marketing director Liz MacFarlane late last year to discuss how Segen's been managing the supply chain challenges seen across the PV sector and the increased demand for energy storage and higher efficiency modules.
Solar solutions company Enzen's head of UK and Europe Sanjay Neogi takes a look at how solar can be used to democratise the energy sector, protecting consumers from power price increases.
One of the most encouraging aspects of the UK solar industry during 2021 was the emergence of a sustainable commercial rooftop sector. Here, Finlay Colville, head of market research at SPP publisher Solar Media, discusses the types of companies that have been planning new PV builds since the start of 2019.
Foresight Solar’s head of UK solar Ricardo Pineiro chatted with Solar Power Portal just before Christmas to reflect on the solar sector's growth over the past year, and the key trends that are continuing into 2022.
Solar Power Portal has taken a look back at the top ground-mount solar stories of 2021, to see what the biggest moments and trends for the sector were.
Solar Power Portal takes a look back at the five most read battery storage stories of this year, with fundraising, pipeline announcements and analysis appearing as trends for 2021.
Solar Power Portal has taken a look back at the top rooftop solar – both commercial and residential – stories of 2021, to see what the biggest moments and trends for the sector were.
The key themes to come out of this year's Solar & Storage Live include the resiliency of the industry, the increased interconnectivity of solar, storage and EV charging and how the next decade is going to be "huge".