Scottish clean energy developer ILI Group has announced the sale of its 50MW utility-scale battery project in Fife, Scotland to Abbey Group Cambridgeshire and YooGen1.
Anesco has secured planning permission for a 50MW solar farm in Lincolnshire from East Lindsey District Council.
Global renewables firm RES has unveiled a new a pipeline of solar projects in the UK and Ireland totaling over 1GW.
Alternative asset manager Gresham House has appointed James Lindsay as head of institutional business.
Scottish Water has announed its “most ambitious solar energy scheme to date”, with an installation planned for its Balmore Water Treatment Works in Torrance, East Dunbartonshire that is expected to generate 4GWh per year.
An additional £300 million of funding for domestic energy efficiency upgrades has been announced, marking an extension of the Local Authority Delivery of the Green Homes Grant.
Two men have been arrested as part of an investigation into the theft of more than £450,000 worth of solar panels.
Octopus Renewables is to be acquired by Octopus Energy, making the supplier one of the largest renewable generation operators in Europe.
Speaking to Solar Power Portal, RWG Consulting's Will Grafton explained what causes systems to underperform, and how to get the most out of older systems.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) is hailing the approval of two subsidy-free solar developments, which brings it up to its c.150MWp UK target.
Norwegian renewable energy generation giant Statkraft has announced three new utility-scale solar energy farms in the UK.
The winners of the Local Authority segment of the Green Homes Grant have been unveiled, with £74 million allocated to over 100 local authorities for installations taking place by June 2021.
SMS has launched a new solution to offer local housing authorities a fully financed solar generation and smart battery storage solution, entitled Solopower.
Solar Power Portal spoke to Chris Buckland, technical lead at Lightsource bp about the company's role in the South Wales Industrial Cluster, developing solar and electroyser technology, and getting a seat at the green hydrogen table.
Aberystwyth University has unveiled its plans for the installation of a ground-mount solar array at a site adjacent to its Fferm Penglais student accommodation.
Energy supplier Bulb has joined the call to scrap VAT on green products, including solar panels, to help households go green.