Insurance company Aviva has opened one of the UK’s largest combined solar and energy storage carports at its Perth Office.
A trial exploring the use of second life bus batteries for storing solar energy has been awarded £130,000 of funding.
As part of its new offering, the Tesla Energy Plan, the tech giant is offering the highest Solar Export Guarantee (SEG) tariffs in the UK.
Engenera Renewables is lauding the benefits of its green bond programme for solar PV as it announces it already has local authorities on board.
Egni Co-op has completed a project to place solar panels on six schools roofs in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Microsoft and SSE Airtricity are teaming up to install and manage internet-connected rooftop solar in Ireland.
Foresight Group and Elgin Energy are to develop 200MW of UK solar PV as part of a new partnership.
A 11.65MW solar farm has been installed by HBS New Energies as part of Anglian Water’s Solar Delivery Programme.
Scottish Water has completed another solar site, as it continues its push to reach net zero by 2040.
Solar proved a winning technology for the UK’s first ever Citizens' Assembly on climate change, with 81% supporting it.
Home Insulation & Energy Systems (HIES) has announced that it is taking legal action against the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) Service Co Ltd, due to the latter’s decision to mandate all its registered installers to join its commercial partner Renewable Energy Consumer Code (RECC).
Hackney Council’s publicly-owned renewable energy services company, Hackney Light and Power, is celebrating the completion of its first roof installation.
Aeris's VP of market development Mohsen Mohseninia takes a look at how explores how IoT solutions can alleviate the challenges associated with solar panel management and energy output.
Solar Power Portal caught up with James Armstrong, managing partner of Bluefield Partners, the investment adviser of Bluefield Solar Income Fund, about company broadening its scope, which technologies it will focus on and the impact Contract for Difference (CfD) auctions could have.
The joint venture between the Green Investment Group (GIG) and Enso Energy has taken a step forward as it looks to develop 49.9MW in Gloucestershire.
Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF) has completed the acquisition of a 64.2MWp UK solar portfolio.
High grid connection costs resulted in a solar strike price in Ireland’s first Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) auction “significantly higher than anywhere else in Europe” according to the Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA).
Solar Media's Lauren Cook takes a closer look at the results of Ireland's RESS, identifying who the big winners are and what types of projects were successful.
Ritchie Bland Energy Limited and Harmony Energy have set their sights on a new 49.5MW solar site in Richmondshire, North Yorkshire.
Bouygues Energies & Services will build the largest subsidy-free solar farm in the UK for NextEnergy.
Despite concern about the impact of COVID-19 on investment in the solar sector, low technology prices have helped ensure the sector is optimistic.
Octopus has pulled the plug on its operations and maintenance contracts with Lightsource BP ahead of time, Solar Power Portal can reveal.
Octopus Renewables has acquired a 9.1MW portfolio of operational residential UK rooftop solar assets.
Shell Energy has launched a new Solar Storage tariff as part of its partnership with German battery manufacturer sonnen.
Operations and maintenance (O&M) company Alectris has announced that it is to open its first UK office.
Foresight has acquired fellow investment company Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PiP), in a move that broadens the group's infrastructure platform.
In Q1 of 2020, renewable energy generated more electricity than fossil fuels, smashing a number of records along the way.
As utility-scale solar projects continue to get bigger and bigger, digitialisation will be key to ensure their full potential can be reached writes Alectris' Constantinos Peonides.
Statkraft has entered the UK solar developer market for the first time, thanks to a Joint Development Agreement with solar developer UK Power Associates Ltd (UKPA).
Brighton and Hove City Council is planning to install solar panels on up to 1,000 council-owned homes.