Solar Power Portal is delighted to today reveal the entries that have been shortlisted for this year’s Solar Power Portal Awards.
Following extensive, years-long PV field studies, DuPont delivers critical insights that will help ensure reliability in solar installations.
There is now more than 200MW of capacity within the residential solar feed-in tariff (FiT) cap as the regime enters the second half of its operation.
New energy minister Richard Harrington has once again raised the prospect of the inclusion of solar in future Contract for Difference (CfD) allocations, claiming no decisions have been made to exclude the technology from upcoming auctions.
Shortly after Foresight Group made its first battery storage acquisition Solar Power Portal caught up with Dan Wells, partner at the investment group, to discuss the domestic storage market’s prospects and how Foresight views the nascent sector.
A war of words has erupted between Good Energy and its clean energy rival – and largest shareholder – Ecotricity over payments to a solar development firm belonging to Juliet Davenport’s husband.
The second quarter of 2017 saw the highest levels of solar generation for that time of year in a three month period which saw increased price volatility due to the strong levels of renewable generation, according to EnAppSys.
The Coal Authority has appointed three solar installation companies to a new four-year renewable energy framework to install solar across its estate.
Big Six utility E.On is aiming to leverage sales of its solar-plus-storage offering with the launch of a new power trading division in the UK.
More significant details regarding the generation profile of their solar roof tiles are needed before Tesla can substantiate claims that they are cheaper than conventional roofs.
The very first grants from a 50MW solar farm in Swindon are to be allocated over the next three months.
New research has found that almost half of those asked would like to see solar and storage installed in the their homes by 2020, signalling that the domestic market may yet recover from the hard knocks of recent subsidy cuts.
Vortex has refinanced its 365MW UK solar portfolio just two months after it completed the purchase from ex-SunEdison yieldco TerraForm Power.
On Solar Independence Day, Liam Stoker looks at how the industry is enjoying a revival independent from government-backed incentives.
Aldi UK has marked the fourth Solar Independence Day with the announcement that it will install a further 11,000 solar panels across more than 50 of its stores by the end of the year.
British Solar Renewables has retained the services of chartered surveyors DM Hall to help it acquire sites for battery storage developments in Scotland.