Resource management company Veolia is set to double its renewable electricity capacity, deploying solar panels across restored landfill sites.
Solar Media's head of research Finlay Colville takes a look at the UK's solar farm pipeline, and what we can expect to come online in the next year.
EDF Renewables Ireland has began construction of three new solar farms with a total capacity of 17MW.
A joint venture aimed at breaking down barriers preventing community energy projects from coming on-stream has been relaunched by Octopus Energy and the Midcounties Co-operative.
North Devon Council has unanimously approved a planning application for a 49.9MW solar farm to be developed by Aura Power.
Over 500MW of new UK solar PV and onshore wind is to be developed by a joint venture between Cubico Sustainable Investments and Peel NRE.
By 2030, all of the world's solar resource will be economic in comparison to local fossil fuel generation, according to a new report from thinktank Carbon Tracker.
The UK solar industry continued its sustained growth in a zero-subsidy environment, posting 175MWp-dc of new capacity in the 3 months to 31 March 2021 (Q1’21).
Anesco has submitted a planning application for a 19.657MW Solar Farm in Amber Valley, Derbyshire.
Green tech software nonprofit Open Climate Fix has been awarded £500,000 for its solar power forecast technology from Google.org.
Members of the UK solar industry have voiced support for plans to develop a supply-chain transparency protocol to tackle concerns over forced labour.
In the second part of a two-part blog, local authority expert Stephen Cirell completes his list of the most common mistakes made by local authorities when developing solar projects, and how they can be avoided.
ScottishPower has submitted a planning application for up to 40MW of solar, along with up to 50MW of battery storage and a 20MW electrolyser as part of its Green Hydrogen for Scotland project.
In the first of a two-part blog, local authority expert Stephen Cirell details the most common mistakes made by local authorities when developing solar projects, and how they can be avoided.
Solar development giant Lightsource bp has unveiled proposals for a 350MW site in North Anglesey, Wales.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Andrew King and Ian Harding, co-founders and directors of Enso Energy, to talk about the key considerations for putting solar through planning, the timeline of Enso's 1GW pipeline and how government policy could support further solar development.