Further calls have come in ahead of next week’s Budget for the Chancellor to not curtail the Green Homes Grant scheme.
UK green supplier Good Energy has signed a new subsidy-free agreement for two solar farms in Wales.
A collection of energy and environmental organisations are urging the government to up its commitment to UK solar with the implementation of a deployment target of at least 40GW by 2030.
The Chancellor has been sent a further letter urging him to fully rollover unspent Green Homes Grant funding into 2021/22.
Cambridgeshire County Council’s Stanground solar farm has been given the green light.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) has continued to report what it describes as “strong operational resilience” throughout the COVID-19 pandemic in its update for the quarter ending 31 December 2020.
The Green Homes Grant is to reportedly be shuttered in March, less than a year after it first began operation.
Further calls for improvements to the Green Homes Grant are being voiced, with NGOs and thinktanks issuing a letter to the Prime Minister and Chancellor on the subject.
Solar operators could be handling more complex power purchase agreement (PPA) portfolios with multiple small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as offtakers, according to industry leaders.
Cambridge-based Viridian Solar has added two new modules to its Clearline fusion range of roof integrated solar.
Pressure mounts as associations urge the adoption of plan to fix ‘over-engineered’ Green Homes Grant
Four industry associations have joined forces to urge the government to adopt a new plan to improve the beleaguered Green Homes Grant after finding 35% of installers are at risk of shutting up shop due to the scheme.
Pathfinder Clean Energy (PACE) has been granted planning permission for its Three Bridges solar farm.
Wide tax changes could offer a 'reset' for Britain’s economy, promoting green technologies.
The Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA) is calling on the government to reverse the decision to not rollover unspent Green Homes Grant funding into 2021/22.
The Solar Together scheme offers residents the opportunity to buy solar panels at a discounted rate through a group buying scheme, with Richmond Council the latest to join.
Solar and wind generated 30% of Britain’s electricity in 2020 according to Drax’s latest Electric Insights report.
Any of the initial £2 billion promised for the Green Homes Grant that goes unspent this year will not be rolled over.
Solar Power Portal caught up with E.On’s Chris Lovatt, chief operating officer for energy infrastructure services – who is taking a place on Eco2Solar’s board as part of the investment – to discuss the investment, residential solar and the drive for decarbonisation.
BeBa Energy has installed 1.51MW of rooftop solar across four buildings at two sites owned by apple growers AC Goatham & Son.
Plans to rollout solar PV across two Southern England prisons have been unveiled by Gov Facility Services Ltd (GFSL).
Solar developments and battery storage are to potentially benefit from new funding for electricity network upgrades designed to facilitate green technology.
The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has warned that at its current rate, it will take ten years to meet the government’s Green Homes Grant target.
Clean energy company AMP has partnered with solar wholesaler Segen to offer more businesses and organisations solar energy.
NextEnergy Renewables has unveiled its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange through an initial public offering (IPO).
Hartree Partners has announced the launch of a new solar enterprise, AMPYR Solar Europe (ASE).
Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) has launched a new European solar energy company, Cero Generation.
Foresight Solar Fund is looking to diversify its portfolio with the addition of utility-scale battery storage systems.
West Berkshire Council has announced plans for a new £10 million solar farm to help in its transition to carbon neutrality by 2030.
The government’s Green Homes Grant (GHG) scheme is reportedly in chaos, with growing debt and job losses as installers are being left out of pocket.
Planning approval has been given for the first two solar and battery sites in Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) and Enso's pipeline.