The reuse of electric vehicle (EV) batteries in stationary storage systems offers great possibilities, but there is still a lack of confidence from investors in the ‘second life’ battery concept, the CEO of Connected Energy has said.
Octopus Renewables has acquired a 9.1MW portfolio of operational residential UK rooftop solar assets.
Renewables could power Transport for London’s rail services as it explores the possibility of forming Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs).
Britishvolt has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Welsh government for the development of its “landmark” gigafactory.
Connected Energy is to install the first of its new generation of second life energy storage systems as part of a Suffolk County Council project.
Lightsource BP has got planning permission for a new 50MW solar farm near Castle Eden in Durham.
Renewables investor Thrive Renewables is calling on the government to seize a £66.5 billion potential investment opportunity for onshore renewables, including solar.
Shell Energy has launched a new Solar Storage tariff as part of its partnership with German battery manufacturer sonnen.
Ministers have passed secondary legislation to allow battery storage to bypass the Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project process in Britain.
Cleve Hill Solar Park has dodged an attempt to get its development consent overturned by Swale Borough Council.
The largest solar rooftop project of its kind in Wales has gotten underway, with 2,000 panels set to be installed on the Geraint Thomas National Velodrome in Newport.
Operations and maintenance (O&M) company Alectris has announced that it is to open its first UK office.
Goldsmiths University of London has launched a green recovery plan to help it reduce its emissions over the next five years.
A total of almost 190kW of rooftop solar is currently being installed across six sites in Neath Port Talbot.
Foresight has acquired fellow investment company Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PiP), in a move that broadens the group's infrastructure platform.
The UK has a “huge” 61GW pipeline of green electricity projects with 18GW deemed 'shovel-ready' according to new analysis from Regen.