Brighton and Hove City Council is planning to install solar panels on up to 1,000 council-owned homes.
Following the UK's sunny spring, James Page takes a look at the impact of the clear skies and the low pollution rates on solar in the UK.
Greentech start-up Riding Sunbeams has won £400,000 of innovation funding from the Department for Transport and InnovateUK’s First Of A Kind 2020 programme for a solar rail demonstrator.
The Solar Trade Association (STA) has called on the UK government to target 40GW of solar capacity by 2030.
There are “early signs” of domestic renewable energy installations recovering, according to the MCS.
Portsmouth City Council has recorded a record amount of solar generation during the COVID-19 lockdown thanks to the sunniest spring on record.
A new trial dubbed Core4Grid, aggregating a household’s green technology - including solar and battery storage - into one system, has been unveiled.
Data specialist Energeo has identified 40,000 sites that would be suitable for solar development in the London borough of Lambeth.
As many as 91% of solar arrays are underperforming in the UK, according to a recent survey by independent power and energy consultant Roadnight Taylor.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Emma Bridge, CEO of Community Energy England, to talk about how COVID-19 has impacted the sector, how groups have rallied to protect those in their communities and what we can expect as the UK looks towards lifting lockdown.
Leicestershire County Council has set its sights on a new solar farm and carbon neutral site, in a new £14 million green project.
Despite proving more resilient than fossil fuels, investment in renewables looks set to be heavily hit by COVID-19 as investment in the energy sector plunges to lowest level in history.
The government needs to “go even further with enabling measures” such as public sector PPAs in order to accelerate solar deployment to help meet net zero.
Residential solar installations will take longer to rebound from the COVID-19 slowdown than most renewables, making it unlikely solar PV will surpass 2019 levels over the next year.
This year’s Solar & Storage Live exhibition has been delayed till December 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joju Solar is “very confident” it will make it through the lockdown period despite furloughing staff as it takes a cautious approach to opening up.