Clean Solar Solutions has claimed a UK solar first by investing in robotic panel cleaning technology.
The Solar Power Portal and Energy Storage News Awards 2018 is now just a few weeks away, and we’re profiling some of this year’s shortlisted nominations in the build up to the event. Today, we look at the O&M Provider of the Year category.
Solar Panel Cleaning Services (SPCS) has clinched a panel cleaning contract with Low Carbon Hub, representing more than 30 sites throughout Oxfordshire.
Solar Power Portal publisher Solar Media has announced that the deadline for nominations for this year’s Solar Power Portal and Energy-Storage.News Awards has been extended.
BayWa r.e. has bolstered its operations and maintenance (O&M) capabilities in the UK through the purchase of service provider Becon Consultancy.
Solar PV cleaning firm Clean Solar Solutions (CSS) has expanded into Ireland, positioning itself for an expected boom in solar installations.
BSR has signed a deal to perform operations and maintenance (O&M) for Mongoose Energy’s 50MW community solar portfolio.
Technical advisory and asset management firm Greensolver has acquired UK-based asset manager ENTAP.
BayWa r.e. has landed a two-year O&M deal with engineering, procurement and construction firm Metka EGN.
SEGRO, one of Europe’s leading property owners, has handed a lucrative, three-year solar cleaning contract to Solar Panel Cleaning Services (SPCS).
Sibert Instruments has confirmed it will shutter its solar wholesale division Sibert Solar from 31 March 2018.
Nominations for the Solar Power Portal and Energy-Storage.News Awards 2018 are now open and we welcome back the O&M Provider of the Year category this year.
Clean Solar Solutions (CSS) has landed a contract to conduct panel cleaning and ground maintenance works for energy giant Centrica.
EA Technology’s Andrew McHarrie discusses some of the key themes affecting asset management and how to optimise your asset life expectancy.
BSR Group has appointed a new operations and management (O&M) director to head up one of the company’s primary services, responsible for over 500MW of assets under contract.
Solar Power Portal is delighted to announce that entries for the Solar Power Portal Awards 2018 are now open.
BayWa r.e. has changed up the leadership of its UK-facing O&M division following the departure of Tess Sundelin, Solar Power Portal can reveal.
SolarPower Europe (SPE) has launched its updated operation and maintenance (O&M) best practice guidelines to offer the solar community an up to date guidance document for the sector.
British Solar Renewables has been selected to manage the “pioneering” community-owned Westmill Solar Park.
British Solar Renewables’ chief Graham Harding has his sights firmly set on growth in battery storage and solar O&M for 2018.
Solar PV and other renewables will increasingly benefit from artificial intelligence (AI) and could completely overhaul the design, development and deployment of the technologies, a new report has claimed.
EFG Hermes has heaped praise on its asset optimisation team after the 365MW former-SunEdison portfolio it acquired earlier this year performed some 25% ahead of expectation.
Established names in the solar industry such as Solar Edge, Wind & Sun and NEC are among those to have already rebooked for Solar & Storage Live 2018.
Both storage asset owners and companies setting up to provide O&M services for battery installations need to commit to higher levels of due diligence when selecting contractors according to RES Group’s head of solar and O&M.
Push Energy and PS Renewables have formally merged their UK-facing operations and maintenance (O&M) business units, creating a new joint venture dubbed PSH Operations.
Lightsource is set to expand into the Netherlands’ local energy market.
Visitors have just one week left to register before the doors open for this year’s Solar & Storage Live.
Developer and O&M firm PS Renewables has bought a 49% stake in North Carolina-based firm NCRE.
BayWa r.e. has won the O&M contract for a 153MW solar portfolio in England and Wales.
The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG) has stated it had “a strong start to the year” despite its UK portfolio of solar assets delivering lower than expected output, with one development down for two months earlier in the year.