The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) has unveiled its rebrand focused on improving accessibility for consumers and emphasising the benefits of ‘home-grown energy’.
Solar panels are being installed at Aldershot Station as part of a project exploring solar-powered railways.
Solar inverter specialist SolarEdge is deploying augmented reality (AR) technology to show off distributed energy’s real-world capabilities.
Above has received a £354K grant from Innovate UK to fund research collaboration into thermal imaging for solar inspections.
Campbell & Kennedy (C&K) has installed its 100th school solar system as it looks to educate schools on renewable energy.
Regulation changes are forcing solar developers to out-source staff needed to complete projects, says energy consultancy Roadnight Taylor.
Thrive Renewables has revealed record profits as costs of solar and wind fall, with greater investments on the cards.
Solar has helped IKEA to achieve an ‘Outstanding’ BREEAM UK New Construction Post Construction rating at its Greenwich site.
Newly electrified railways in Wales are to be powered by community-owned solar as part of a new study.
Solarcentury is to build three solar farms in France with a combined capacity of 57MW after racking up contract wins in the country's latest auction.
UK solar company Viridian Solar is to partner Krannich Solar for the distribution of its Clearline Fusion roof integrated solar PV systems.
Community Owned Renewable Energy LLP (CORE) has invested £12 million in three UK solar farms.
Bright Renewables acquires Mongoose Energy asset management arm to launch community-owned equivalent
A new community-owned renewable energy asset manager has been launched to serve communities and commercial clients across the UK, acquiring Mongoose Energy’s asset management business in the process.
HBS New Energies has been awarded a new contract to install rooftop solar arrays across six Welsh Water sites.
An electrical fault with a solar PV system has been confirmed as the cause of a fire in Lancashire last week.
Solar developer Our Generation has failed in a bid to recoup some £8 million from Aberdeen City Council.
A lack of familiarity and education among corporates, and complexity over deal arrangements, is stopping firms ‘crossing the Rubicon’ and signing up to power purchase agreements utilising on-site solar, according to a panel investors speaking at last week’s Solar & Storage Live.
Myenergi is looking to build on an “insane” period of “impressive growth” by returning to Solar & Storage Live in 2018 after the popularity of its flagship product led the company to new heights.
Tesla’s former EMEA vice-present has taken on an advisory role for Solo Energy as the company seeks to build out its vision of a virtual power plant driven by residential and commercial battery systems.
Anglian Water is to use flow machine energy storage units to optimise the solar generation at one of its water treatment sites in what the company has called ‘a pathfinder for future projects’.
A 50MW solar farm has been approved at a former RAF airfield, giving Elgin Energy the green light to develop Scotland’s largest consented solar project in the early 2020s.
Solarcentury has won the highly sought-after reverse auction to install solar in London under the mayor’s flagship solar strategy.
Solar PV cleaning firm Clean Solar Solutions (CSS) has expanded into Ireland, positioning itself for an expected boom in solar installations.
Surging solar generation this summer could send legacy, inflexible generators off the grid as National Grid expects yet another period of supply and demand travails.
Campbell & Kennedy has been awarded a contract to design and install over 400kWp of solar on schools and the offices of the Scottish Borders Council.
Scottish Power Energy Networks (SPEN) has relaxed restrictions it attached to new solar projects following successful lobbying by the Solar Trade Association’s Scotland team.
Sibert Instruments has confirmed it will shutter its solar wholesale division Sibert Solar from 31 March 2018.
ABB has launched a new solar inverter with the capability to accommodate up to 12kWh of energy storage to increase the self-sufficiency of homes.
Perovskite specialist Oxford PV has relocated to a new HQ and R&D facilities.
The Irish government will see up to 4.5GW of renewable capacity procured under the Renewable Energy Support Scheme (RESS), in which solar is set to compete against other renewable generation technologies for government contracts.