Pathfinder Clean Energy (PACE) has secured planning permission for a 21MWp solar and battery storage site outside of Norwich.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Anesco’s CEO Mark Futyan to discuss the company’s pipeline of projects, how module prices are impacting development and its strategic shift.
Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust (ORIT) to acquire a portfolio of five Irish solar sites with an expected combined capacity of up to 250MW.
Voltalia has begun construction of its 49.9MW South Farm solar plant near Spetisbury, Dorset.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Tom Hoines, MD of Younity, about the challenges for community energy organisations in finding projects in a "very competitive market" and the need to encourage more involvement in community energy.
Social Energy has launched a new solar export tariff offering 20p/kWh for the first 1,000kWh exported per year.
The next Contracts for Difference auction will open to applications in December 2021.
Danish solar PV business Obton has announced it is to double its investment in Irish solar partner Shannon Energy.
Two men have been arrested as part of an investigation into the theft of more than £450,000 worth of solar panels.
EDF Renewables has acquired two grid scale solar projects, adding 100MW to its growing UK portfolio.
Solar growth in Ireland could provide an annual saving of €21 (£18) per citizen, according to a new report from international advisory firm, AFRY.
Investor and asset manager NTR has acquired a 54MW portfolio of co-located solar and storage projects in Co. Wexford, Ireland from RES.
Alectris has launched a new global control centre offering remote asset management for solar sites, citing the need for O&M to become more modular.
The Irish Department of the Environment, Climate and Communication (DCCAE) is looking to launch a support scheme for microgeneration technologies, such as solar PV.
The Solar Trade Associations Jonathan Selwyn takes a look at solar in 2020, the challenges but also the resilience and the optimism going into 2021.
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.