High power prices continue to drive up the value of solar assets in the UK, with this expected to continue at least throughout 2022.
Bluefield Solar and Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust (ORIT) have detailed the continued impact of the high power prices seen across Europe in a lingering trend across the sector.
Global revenues of Foresight Solar Fund’s portfolio have surpassed expectations during Q1 2022 as the company records increased net asset value (NAV).
Harmony Energy Income Trust (HEIT) has emphasised the benefits of two-hour duration batteries, as it reports its net asset value (NAV).
High power prices in the UK and Europe have pushed up the net asset value (NAV) of Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust’s (ORIT) portfolio, hitting £577.7 million or 102.26 pence per ordinary share at the end of 2021.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) saw electricity generation come in 3.8% above budget in Q2 2021, boosting the company’s revenue by c.£1.1 million.
Strong power prices in Europe helped offset falling UK power prices to allow Downing Renewables & Infrastructure Trust plc’s (DORE) Net Asset Value (NAV) to grow 1.3% in the first quarter of 2021.
The impact of the low power prices in the UK is continuing to be felt, as Foresight Solar Fund announces Net Asset Value (NAV) drop.
Foresight Solar Fund has confirmed its continued focus on fixed revenue streams as the impact of COVID-19 continues to be felt.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund has outlined plans to “significantly increase” its portfolio as it launches a new share issuance programme.
Gore Street Energy Storage Fund’s NAV has risen by 1.7% in its latest quarterly results.
Foresight Solar Fund has seen generation from its UK portfolio perform 9% over budget due to high levels of irradiation.
Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF) said it continues to eye up “exciting” new investments after a year in which its power purchase agreement strategy helped it side-step tumbling power prices.