RedT’s merger with US storage firm Avalon continues to progress, with the transaction set to be completed around the end of March 2020.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund is continuing its recent spate of optimisation deals, penning an agreement with Habitat Energy.
Solar Power Portal speaks to Pivot Power's chief executive Matt Allen about how to expand from 49.9MW and how the 'hint is in the name' when it comes to revenue agility.
Centrica and sonnen have completed a virtual power plant (VPP) project, which will allow customers to maximise the potential of their solar panels while providing flexibility to the grid.
Anesco has signed new contracts to provide O&M services to ten sites, with a total capacity of 71MW, for Foresight Group and Alpha Real Renewables.
Gore Street Energy Storage Fund has awarded NEC Energy Solutions EPC and long-term O&M contracts for 100MW of storage.
Solar installer Solar Plants has gone into administration, ceasing to trade after eight years of business.
Statkraft is laying claim to the first utility-scale battery in the Republic of Ireland with the completion of an 11MW project.
Solar and battery storage developer Anesco has restructured its debt in a bid to realise further growth in 2020.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund has completed its acquisition of the 49MW Red Scar battery.
Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe reflect on this year’s energy storage headlines, and do their best to predict what the energy transition may hold in store in 2020.
GRIDSERVE has completed its “game changing” hybrid solar-plus-storage site in York, becoming the first utility-scale solar farm in the UK to use both trackers and bifacial solar panels.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund has acquired two battery storage facilities from VLC Energy for £29.2 million.
In this month’s podcast, Solar Media's Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe discuss how the world’s energy giants are turning to solar (and storage) in a big way, and take a look at what’s driving new energy storage technology.
Renewable Energy Consumer Code (RECC) membership is to be integrated into Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) from next year.
ScottishPower is to retrofit its onshore wind farms with new solar and battery storage capacities as part of a major hybridisation drive.
Insurance company Aviva has launched its first specialised package for renewable energy companies.
The Liberal Democrats party has released its manifesto for the upcoming general election, promising to ramp up support for renewables.
The Green Party has launched its manifesto, including a pledge to invest £12 billion a year into renewables and to fit one million solar panels on homes per year.
Harmony Energy, a developer of wind, solar and battery energy storage systems, has secured planning permission for a 49.5MW battery.
Energy storage firm redT has shuffled its management team as a proposed merger with Avalon nears completion.
Firm describes energy contract with Cheshire West and Chester Council as one of the largest public sector housing solar PV contracts since the disappearance of the feed-in-tariff.
Centrica’s LEM hits a new milestone as flexibility from solar-plus-storage is procured by both National Grid ESO and Western Power Distribution (WPD) on the same platform.
A new record has been claimed by UK based battery company Moixa, which now manages what it claims to be the largest fleet of battery systems in the world.
“Significantly” more electric and thermal storage will be needed for a low-cost 2050 energy system than previously thought.
EDF has acquired UK battery storage developer Pivot Power in a move designed to spearhead its position in the country’s energy storage market.
Energy storage firm redT has secured a £1.9 million interim loan from proposed merger partner Avalon to keep it going until a potential deal concludes.
Solar Media’s Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe return for episode three of the Solar Media Podcast, taking an extensive look at Britain’s net zero legislation. Is 2050 ambitious enough? Is 2025 too ambitious? What’s the sweet spot, and what’s needed for the country to be in with a chance of attaining it?
Smith Brothers Contracting has been confirmed as the Independent Connection Provider (ICP) for the planned 500MW solar-plus-storage Sunnica Energy Farm.
EDF has clinched a deal to provide solar, battery storage and other clean energy technologies to a future theme park in the UK.