Renewables distributor Midsummer has relaunched its solar design software Easy PV.
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Residential and commercial rooftop solar PV system distributor Segen is to be acquired by Labora Holdings Limited, the parent company of electrical products and services supplier City Electrical Factors (CEF).
The government didn’t sufficiently understand the challenges facing installers as part of the Green Homes Grant, having failed to learn from its own previous energy schemes.
Glass-glass solar module leader Solarwatt has established a new UK subsidiary to reinforce its presence in the market.
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A £9.2 million development in Perth, Scotland has seen solar PV rolled out across 70 new homes.
eEnergy has won its first contract to provide 321kWp of solar together with LED lighting in a single contract.
Centrica Business Solutions is to install 300 solar panels for Hereford County Hospital.
While some energy suppliers are continuing to see strong interest in Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) tariffs, others are remaining tight-lipped about their popularity.
A new exclusive long-term partnership will see £100 million invested into new commercial & industrial (C&) rooftop solar developments in the UK.
A low carbon transport hub featuring solar PV, a Tesla battery storage storage and a range of electric vehicle (EV) chargers has been developed by FES Support Services on behalf of Stirling Council.
The sales practices of the Community Energy Scheme UK are being called into question with the opening of an investigation by energy regulator Ofgem.
In a further bid to decarbonise the UK’s prisons, the government has unveiled plans for the installation of 16,000 new panels across 19 prisons.
British renewable electricity company Good Energy has announced Caplor Energy as its preferred partner for domestic solar and storage installations.
Lincolnshire-based installer UK Alternative Energy has installed 429 solar panels for construction firm Lindum, also based in the county.