Despite surges elsewhere in the renewables sector, generation from solar in Great Britain fell in 2020 according to analysis from EnAppSys.
The Solar Media Podcast returns for its first episode of 2021, looking forward to what looks set to be a pivotal year for solar PV.
The Solar Trade Associations Jonathan Selwyn takes a look at solar in 2020, the challenges but also the resilience and the optimism going into 2021.
Downing LLP has signed a new power purchase agreement (PPA) for two of its solar farms in Devon using Zeigo’s online renewables procurement platform.
The Foresight Group has today announced it is considering proceeding with an initial public offering (IPO) in a move that executive chairman and co-founder Bernard Fairman described as the “next logical step” for the investor.
Social and Sustainable Capital (SASC) is creating a dedicated renewables investment committee in a bid to expand its work in community renewables.
Here’s the top-ranking blogs from 2020 on Solar Power Portal, based on page views.
Here’s the top-ranking news from 2020 on Solar Power Portal, based on page views.
Oxford PV is lauding a new record with its perovskite solar cell, which is able to convert 29.5% of solar energy into electricity.
Riding Sunbeams’ executive director Ollie Pendered talked to Solar Power Portal about the importance of securing government funding and how community benefits and education are "core" to the organisation's business strategy.
The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG) has secured a £500 million ESG-linked SONIA credit facility to support its new investments.
Octopus Renewables has signed a three-year spares management contract with RES as it continues to grow its solar portfolio in the UK.
EDF Renewables' 49.9MW Sutton Bridge solar farm has taken another step forward as its planning application goes before South Holland District Council.
Work has started on Scottish Water’s latest solar installation, which is also set to include Invinity Energy Systems' vanadium flow batteries.
Modelling as part of the government’s long-awaited energy white paper shows that between 80-120GW of new solar could be needed by 2050 in higher scenarios.
Keele University has signed a 25-year agreement with ENGIE that will see 15,000 solar panels, wind turbines and battery storage installed to support the institution's carbon neutral pledge.