EY has signed a ten-year zero carbon power purchase agreement (PPA) with a UK solar farm in Norfolk, its first in the country.
Danish developer European Energy (EE) has teamed up with North Yorkshire’s Norstar to build 200MW of new projects in the UK.
Low Carbon Ltd has agreed a deal with social enterprise Low Carbon Hub for the rights to a 19MW solar farm with battery storage potential.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) has outlined how it is continuing to pursue a 150MW subsidy-free portfolio as it reports high levels of generation.
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.
International solar developer ReneSola has entered into a joint venture with subsidy-free solar platform Novergy to develop UK solar.
EDF Renewables is looking to develop a 49.9MW solar farm at Tye Lane near Bramford.
Innova Energy has refinanced its 57MW portfolio of UK rooftop and ground-mounted solar PV.
Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF) has completed the acquisition of a 64.2MWp UK solar portfolio.
Solar generation across Europe jumped 15% in the first six months of the year, reaching 68TWh largely due to bigger solar farms coming online.
Cambridgeshire County Council has unveiled plans for a “pioneering” solar farm, adding to the two other projects announced this month.
Cambridgeshire County Council is looking to build a 29MW solar farm, adding another development to its portfolio.
Irish utility-scale solar developer Terra Solar Limited is winding up, with its projects finding new life with Irish utility ESB.
HBS Group Southern is to install 11.6MWp of solar PV for Anglian Water as it continues its long-held partnership.
Solarcentury has announced its first UK solar farm development in four years, with 62MW planned for Welsh site.
HBS New Energies has been appointed as one of the principle PV contractors for the installation of solar across 21 Welsh Water sites.
UK solar remains a destination of choice for investment despite concerns over Brexit due to the market’s ability to diversify investment portfolios, Allianz GI chief investment officer Armin Sandhoevel has said.