Lightsource BP is proposing the development of a 49.9MW solar farm in Nottingham, with a 700MW global pipeline announced.
Lightsource BP has confirmed that it has clinched a deal with Budweiser brewer AB InBev to develop and operate PPA-backed, subsidy-free solar farms.
Lightsource BP is to deploy more than 300MW of utility-scale solar farms backed by power purchase agreements in the UK, Solar Power Portal can reveal.
Lightsource BP has expanded its footprint in the private-wire solar space with the completion of a new project in Northern Ireland.
Lightsource BP has named Ricardo Folgado as its new structured finance director, poaching the experienced executive from General Electric.
Lightsource BP has completed its first utility-scale solar farm in India after bringing online a 60MW project in Maharashtra, having won the contract through a competitive 450MW tender process completed in September 2016.
BlackRock has acquired an additional 57MW of operational UK solar as part of its £1 billion Kingfisher partnership with Lightsource BP.
Lightsource BP has bolstered its top table with the appointment of a new non-executive chairman, a hire the company said would boost its global expansion ambitions.
Lightsource BP has confirmed the acquisition of Irish Internet of Things (IoT) specialist Ubiworx, in a move the solar firm intends to strengthen its all-round digital capabilities.
BP has placed its recent acquisition of a major stake in Lightsource at the heart of its future low carbon efforts, offering only to cut emissions from its own operations rather than transition away from the polluting fuels it sells.
Lightsource BP has completed the acquisition of four solar farms from Greek engineering, procurement and contracting (EPC) firm Metka EGN.
Lightsource BP has appointed two new senior executives as it looks to usher in its post-partnership era with a strengthened management team.
BlackRock Real Assets’ Kingfisher partnership has kicked into gear, acquiring 13.5MW of solar assets from developer CTF Solar, a unit of China Triumph.
Solar companies will have to find a strategic sweet spot in which to operate as big oil majors return to the sector, a panel of operators has concluded.