The last year is unlikely to be one the solar and energy storage industries will forget in a hurry but, just in case anything from the last 12 months has slipped your mind, the Solar Media Podcast has recapped the biggest news of 2021.
The renewables sector has now had a few weeks to digest the Glasgow Climate Pact and in this episode of the Solar Media Podcast, brought to you in collaboration with Solar Energy UK, we hear the verdict directly from those who were there at COP26.
Solar Power Portal listened into the sessions, to hear more on how power prices are driving solar growth and how the narrative needs to develop to help it go even further.
The world is watching as crucial climate negotiations begin at COP26 this week, and in this month’s episode of the Solar Media Podcast, brough to you in collaboration with Solar Energy UK, we hear just how critical a positive outcome could be. We discuss this and much more in this month's Solar Media Podcast.
Low Carbon has confirmed plans to develop a 500MW solar and energy storage park in Lincolnshire, with the initial consultation anticipated to take place in early 2022.
Supermarket chain Lidl GB has announced that it will be installing solar panels on all new stores as part of a new commitment to be carbon neutral by 2022.
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.
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.
Energy storage was recognised in the 2021 New Year’s Honours list, with Swanbarton’s director Anthony Price awarded an OBE.
Solar and storage technologies were conspicuously absent from Boris Johnson’s Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution.