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.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund (GRID) has seen its Net Asset Value (NAV) per share fall 2.6p as a result of COVID-19 over the first half of 2020.
Scottish Water has continued its push to decarbonise its operations, with the completion of a new solar PV system.
Despite concern about the impact of COVID-19 on investment in the solar sector, low technology prices have helped ensure the sector is optimistic.
London Stock Exchange-listed energy storage fund Gore Street has outlined how it sees Japan as a “very interesting market” following its investment from JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation.
Solar irradiation in the south of England in May was as much as 50% higher than normal, according to new research by Solargis.
There are “early signs” of domestic renewable energy installations recovering, according to the MCS.
Community Energy England (CEE) has launched its Community Energy 2030 Vision, targeting 5,270MW of community power on the energy system.
Cost-efficiency gains will continue despite claims that solar development would be set back by the COVID-19 pandemic, says thinktank IEEFA.
Solar Power Portal caught up with James Armstrong, managing partner at Bluefield Partners, investment adviser to Bluefield Solar Income Fund, about operating during the pandemic, the strength of solar and low power prices.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Emma Bridge, CEO of Community Energy England, to talk about how COVID-19 has impacted the sector, how groups have rallied to protect those in their communities and what we can expect as the UK looks towards lifting lockdown.
Despite proving more resilient than fossil fuels, investment in renewables looks set to be heavily hit by COVID-19 as investment in the energy sector plunges to lowest level in history.
Following last week’s Large Scale Digital Summit, organised by Solar Power Portal publisher Solar Media, we re-cap all of the industry leading insight and discussion in our podcast.
The return of the Contracts for Difference (CfD) auctions for solar and onshore wind has boosted the UK up EY’s Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI).
This year’s Solar & Storage Live exhibition has been delayed till December 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joju Solar is “very confident” it will make it through the lockdown period despite furloughing staff as it takes a cautious approach to opening up.
Low-carbon infrastructure must be at the heart of the COVID-19 recovery to provide jobs and economic security, with fairness embedded throughout.
Despite short-term challenges caused by COVID-19, solar power's competitive nature could see it accelerate as we move forward, according to Solarcentury.
The latest episode of the Solar Media Podcast is now available to listen to, featuring discussion around how the COVID-19 pandemic has sent power prices tumbling.
Foresight Solar Fund has seen generation from its UK portfolio perform 9% over budget due to high levels of irradiation.
The latest monthly release of the UK Battery Storage Project report reveals over 1.3GW of battery storage projects at the ‘ready-to-build’ stage.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund (GRID) is planning to continue its spate of acquisitions, with plans to increase its portfolio by nearly 200MW over the course of 2020.
Negative business impacts caused by COVID-19 have been seen by 90% of solar installers, according to a new survey.
Merchant solar and wind projects could see their returns “significantly” impacted as power prices across Europe fall.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, power prices will tumble in the medium term, according to the Renewables Investment Group (TRIP).
Talking to Solar Power Portal, solar installer Solarsense’s MD Stephen Barrett explained how the company is focusing on design and quotes, as they’ve stepped away from both residential and commercial installations for the safety of their staff and clients.
Solar Power Portal recently caught up with Solarcentury UK business development manager Chris Banks, about how the pandemic has affected its operations, the status of key workers in the solar sector and the long term impact.
Six community-run solar farms have advanced £195,000 in community benefit funds, with the money to go towards supporting their local communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lower demand over the summer due to COVID-19 may exacerbate the significant effect on system demand embedded solar generation has.
The Community Energy Scheme has given its members a payment break for April, May and June, saving them over £200,000 in energy costs.