The second consultation phase has opened for the 350MW Mallard Pass solar farm in South Kesteven, Lincolnshire, and Rutland.
Solarport Systems' marketing and brand manager Christy Tattershall takes a look at the supply challenges impacting the solar sector in the UK, and the benefits of domestic manufacturing.
Provisional results for the second auction in Ireland’s Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) have been published, showing that 1,534.1MW of solar PV was successful - equivalent to 78% of total capacity.
Real estate developer the RO has gained planning consent for a 5MW solar park, and announced the launch of a new energy business.
More than 8,500 new jobs could be created in Scotland by the end of the decade if the solar sector’s target of 6GW is reached.
The University of York’s Institute for Safe Autonomy is set to install, inspect and maintain a solar installation entirely using robots.
Solar generation fell by 5.9% in 2021 compared to 2020, with renewables generation decreasing across the board as a result of less favourable weather conditions.
High power prices continue to drive up the value of solar assets in the UK, with this expected to continue at least throughout 2022.
A new fund targeted at tackling the barriers community energy groups face when getting projects off the ground has been launched by distribution network operator (DNO) Northern Powergrid.
Vodaphone and Centrica have signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with MYTILINEOS S.A for the output of three solar farms in the UK.
Bluefield Solar Income Fund has acquired a portfolio of 93.2MWp of UK-based solar and wind for an equity consideration of £112.4 million.
The UK could have an oversupply of electricity 53% of the time, if new renewable and nuclear targets are hit by 2030.
Solar farms can help reverse Britain’s declining wildlife through animal habitat enhancements, a new report from Solar Energy UK has detailed.
Bluefield Solar and Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust (ORIT) have detailed the continued impact of the high power prices seen across Europe in a lingering trend across the sector.
Ireland’s first utility-scale solar farm developed under the Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) has connected to the national grid.
Connection charges for generation - including solar PV - are to be reduced, with energy regulator Ofgem having published its final decision in the Access and Forward-Looking Charges Significant Code Review (SCR).