BEIS will intervene if suppliers fail to come forward with a Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) tariff come January, a spokesperson for the department said this week.
Photon Energy scooped the coveted Contractor of the Year gong at last night’s Solar & Storage Awards as the Solar Trade Association’s Leonie Greene was recognised for her contribution to the UK solar sector.
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Subsidy-free solar energy has an important role to play in the decarbonisation of UK energy. Jim Higginbotham, MD for asset finance at Wyelands Bank, discusses how unsubsidised solar is coming to the fore in the UK.
Liam Stoker reflects on the opening day of Solar & Storage Live 2019, where the solar and storage sectors’ growing maturity was ever present, and a gritty determination to get things done was clear.
Low carbon technologies must focus their efforts on collaborating, rather than lobbying against each other if the UK’s net zero target is to be met, a BEIS representative has said.
EV charging provider Alfen has penned a supply agreement with solar installer Joju Solar.
BayWa r.e. has amassed 2GW in its solar and wind management portfolio, two years after it entered the UK O&M market.
A solar carport backed up with battery storage is set to be built in York as part of its 'HyperHubs' project.
Solarwatt has said it is stepping up its presence in the UK solar and storage markets with a raft of new initiatives designed at leveraging how “receptive” the UK is to energy storage.
JA Solar said it stood to lead the UK solar shipment market this year after exceeding 100MW in sales by the end of August.
The Solar Trade Association (STA) has issued concerns over support for failed inverters both historically and after the sale of ABB’s inverter business concludes.
Bristol has today formally launched the procurement process for its £1 billion project to turn it into the UK’s first carbon neutral city.
Letter penned by Good Energy chief executive Juliet Davenport calls on chancellor of the exchequer Sajid Javid to axe proposed VAT raises.
Leonie Greene, director of advocacy and new markets at the Solar Trade Association, takes stock of recent goings on in Westminster and discusses how a general election would be the ideal time for any future government to bolster the UK’s solar ambitions.
PROINSO, a global leader in the solar energy market, and SOLAREN, have won the 2019 Asian Power Award in the category “Solar Power Project of the Year – Philippines” for their 2.16MWp commercial rooftop solar project in the Philippines.
A £55 million fund has been earmarked for five projects looking at developing the next generation of battery storage technology.