Low Carbon has confirmed plans to develop a 500MW solar and energy storage park in Lincolnshire, with the initial consultation anticipated to take place in early 2022.
Specialist clean energy investor Octopus Renewables has won a £150 million corporate pensions mandate from a large UK-based institutional investor.
Solar Energy Scotland has called on the government to set a minimum target of 4GW of installed solar capacity by 2030, as it asks it to raise its game.
Aberdeen City Council is eyeing the development of a solar farm following being awarded a chunk of the Scottish Government’s Green Growth Accelerator (GGA).
The UK has set a new 2035 target for a net zero electricity system, with the country to ‘double down’ on renewables, hydrogen and nuclear.
Power price volatility helped provide positive momentum for Foresight Group Holdings’s portfolio of assets in the six months to 30 September.
Shell and renewable energy developer Island Green Power have signed a framework agreement to develop solar PV projects with co-located battery storage potential.
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The UK’s first solar-power Park and Ride has opened in Leeds according to West Yorkshire Combined Authority, with a capacity of 1.136MWp.
Pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is targeting a 20MW solar project to help power its manufacturing facility in Irvine, Scotland.
A new renewables firm with the backing of SSE has been launched with a focus on roll-out of large-scale solar and wind farms across the UK and Europe.
Renewables distributor Midsummer has relaunched its solar design software Easy PV.
ZSL Whipsnade has unveiled plans for a lion shaped solar farm, in an effort to reduce the UK’s largest zoo’s carbon footprint.
BayWa r.e. is planning the development of a 163MW solar project in South Derbyshire.
Glass-glass solar module leader Solarwatt has established a new UK subsidiary to reinforce its presence in the market.
The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG) has announced the issue of new ordinary shares to repay amounts drawn under it Revolving Credit Facility (RCF) and meet near-term funding requirements.