Finlay Colville, head of market research at Solar Media Market Research, assesses how the UK’s utility-scale solar pipeline has developed this year as the industry prepares for a bumper build-out period in 2021.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Ronan Kilduff, managing director of Elgin Energy, to talk about why Ireland was chosen to develop bifacial, the importance of open data when trialing newer technologies and technologies and the potential for "further business" with Foresight.
Elgin Energy has secured planning permission for its largest project in England to date.
Elgin Energy is to develop a 38MW solar farm on the site of a former Second World War airfield in Kettering, Northamptonshire.
Foresight Group and Elgin Energy are to develop 200MW of UK solar PV as part of a new partnership.
Elgin Energy has celebrated the installation of what it says are the first bifacial modules in the Republic of Ireland.
Despite concern about the impact of COVID-19 on investment in the solar sector, low technology prices have helped ensure the sector is optimistic.
Elgin Energy has partnered METKA EGN to progress 76MW of solar to energisation.
There is a "huge opportunity" for solar in Ireland, with the Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) providing a route to market for the technology.
Solar developer Elgin Energy has secured £4.7 million of funding to complete the late-stage development of a 250MW-strong UK solar portfolio.
A 50MW solar farm has been approved at a former RAF airfield, giving Elgin Energy the green light to develop Scotland’s largest consented solar project in the early 2020s.
A consented solar farm risks not being built because of a last-minute planning application for a 20-metre mast to provide an internet connection to the site.