The UK government has confirmed it is investigating allegations of forced labour in the global solar supply chain, but refused to state whether or not it would be shortly following the US in enacting import sanctions on specific upstream manufacturers in Xinjiang, China.
Enso Energy is consulting on plans for a new solar-plus-storage site in the centre of the Welsh island of Anglesey.
The UK should grow its solar capacity to 210GW by 2050, unlocking a low cost transition to net zero, a new report has found.
The Foresight Group’s full portfolio of sustainable infrastructure, including its UK solar assets, is being digitalised in a new agreement with Sennen.
The June 2021 episode of the Solar Media Podcast, sponsored by Honeywell, is now available to stream, featuring a comprehensive breakdown of the latest solar technologies on display at SNEC 2021.
Voltalia has agreed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Axpo for its 7.2MW Tonge solar park located near Sittingbourne in Kent.
BayWa r.e. has been granted Provisional Acceptance for the repowering of Gresham House’s 4.984MWp ground mounted solar park Lake Farm.
On day two of Solar Media's Utility Solar Summit, discussions moved onto financing models for projects in a post-subsidy market, including the benefits of moving away from the strict deadlines that came with them.
The UK solar industry needs to treble to align with Climate Change Committee (CCC) recommendations, hitting 40GW of installed capacity by 2030.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) is pursuing a 500MW pipeline of energy storage assets after achieving what it said were “solid” financial results.
The first day of the inaugural Utility Solar Summit kicked off with discussions around the UK's growing subsidy-free solar pipeline, the new economic models and the big players. Solar Power Portal caught up with head of market intelligence Finlay Colville to talk about some of the key questions raised.
Ahead of Solar Media’s inaugural Utility Solar Summit, we caught up with head of market intelligence Finlay Colville to discuss the key trends in the UK’s solar sector currently and what people can expect to get out of the event.
Anesco has been bought by a joint venture between private equity firm Ara Partners and technical and commercial services company Aksiom Services Group.
Construction of ScottishPower’s solar farm at the Carland Cross hybrid wind, PV and energy storage site has begun, with the first of the 10,000 panels installed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Banks Renewables’ 40MW solar energy scheme has been recommended for approval by Leeds City Council’s planning officers.
EDF Renewables has continued its flurry of solar activity, with the consultation for a 50MW solar farm in East Cambridgeshire getting underway.