Vattenfall is eying the development of a renewable energy scheme at Mynydd Lluest y Graig in Mid Wales.
Keele University has officially opened its new Low Carbon Energy Generation park, including 12,500 solar panels as well as two wind turbines.
The fourth Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction has now opened, with solar able to take part for the first time since 2015.
Regen is calling on the government to double the capacity for Pot One technologies from 5GW to 10GW in the next Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction.
Bluefield Solar Income Fund has acquired a ready to build 45MWp solar and 25MWp storage site in northeast Lincolnshire.
Solar Energy UK has lent its weight to calls for renewable deployment targets as part of “urgent action” needed to decarbonise Britain’s grid.
Over 500MW of new UK solar PV and onshore wind is to be developed by a joint venture between Cubico Sustainable Investments and Peel NRE.
ScottishPower has submitted a planning application for up to 40MW of solar, along with up to 50MW of battery storage and a 20MW electrolyser as part of its Green Hydrogen for Scotland project.
Keele University has signed a 25-year agreement with ENGIE that will see 15,000 solar panels, wind turbines and battery storage installed to support the institution's carbon neutral pledge.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments) has opened a new, UK-based renewable energy investment platform entitled Renewable Power Capital Limited (RPC).
UK investor Bluefield Solar Income Fund has welcomed a new senior hire, with Baiju Devani joining Bluefield Partners from Ingenious.
Solar is to once again compete in the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme as the government revokes its 2015 decision.
The City of London Corporation has put out a notice of procurement for up to 55GWh of renewable energy per year.
Statkraft is laying claim to the first utility-scale battery in the Republic of Ireland with the completion of an 11MW project.
The Octopus Group will float a new renewables fund, the Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust, on the London Stock Exchange.
Vattenfall has announced plans to invest up to €100 million (£89 million) in developing solar projects over the next two years.
The first and largest solar farm in Scotland, built by family ice cream company Mackie’s, has hit one year of electricity generation.