STEAG Solar Energy Solutions GmbH (SENS) is to build a new solar-plus-storage farm in Norfolk, with planning permission having recently been granted
Eirgrid and ESB Networks have released the full list of renewable energy projects to receive grid connection offers in Ireland through their enduring connection policy (ECP) process, with solar PV representing the majority of these.
Evolution Power has unveiled plans for a 165MW solar and storage project near Ashford in Kent.
EDP Renewables (EDPR) is aiming to cement its position in the UK renewables market, with plans to invest £660 million over the next five years.
Bluefield Solar Income Fund is celebrating a jump in earnings in a year that also saw an increase in debt and a drop in share price.
British Solar Renewables (BSR) is exploring acquisition opportunities after recognising it will need increased access to construction finance and growth capital.
A total of 34 new solar generation sites and nine battery storage sites have secured connection contracts with UK Power Networks (UKPN) between January and May in Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire.
Ahead of Solar Media’s inaugural Utility Solar Summit, we caught up with head of market intelligence Finlay Colville to discuss the key trends in the UK’s solar sector currently and what people can expect to get out of the event.
In the second part of a two-part blog, local authority expert Stephen Cirell completes his list of the most common mistakes made by local authorities when developing solar projects, and how they can be avoided.
Q&A: Solar Energy UK’s new chairman Matt Black on COP26, the Green Homes Grant and 10 years in solar
Solar Energy UK has named Matt Black, non-executive director at UK-based greentech startup Solivus as its new chairman. We caught up with him to talk about his move into the renewables sector more than a decade ago, the trade body's preparations for COP26, and the opportunities that lay ahead for the industry as the UK moves towards its net-zero emissions target.
A collection of energy and environmental organisations are urging the government to up its commitment to UK solar with the implementation of a deployment target of at least 40GW by 2030.
Pathfinder Clean Energy (PACE) has been granted planning permission for its Three Bridges solar farm.
The Foresight Group has today announced it is considering proceeding with an initial public offering (IPO) in a move that executive chairman and co-founder Bernard Fairman described as the “next logical step” for the investor.
Solar engineering company PVcase has launched the second iteration of its design software.
UK-headquartered developer Pathfinder Clean Energy's (PACE) largest project in the country has taken a significant step forwards.
International solar developer ReneSola Power has signed a joint venture (JV) with Innova to develop a pipeline of utility scale solar in the UK.
Solar is expected to account for 60% of new renewable capacity additions by 2025 as it records stable growth in 2020.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Ronan Kilduff, managing director of Elgin Energy, to talk about why Ireland was chosen to develop bifacial, the importance of open data when trialing newer technologies and technologies and the potential for "further business" with Foresight.
As utility-scale solar projects continue to get bigger and bigger, digitialisation will be key to ensure their full potential can be reached writes Alectris' Constantinos Peonides.
UK aerial solar inspection company Above Surveying has acquired German drone start-up ucair, continuing to expand its international reach.
Wyelands Bank has set its sights on becoming one of the early movers in subsidy-free solar finance in the UK, investing in a range of projects in a bid to stimulate the market.