Puredrive Energy has secured new investment from energy consultancy The Maximeyes Group to help progress its battery storage offering.
With the news that Solarcentury is eyeing up a potential £250 million sale, Liam Stoker looks at the M&A momentum in the solar sector and why British developers score highly on energy company wish lists.
Centrica is to deploy 7GW of distributed, low carbon technologies over the next decade, with solar and battery storage set to play a crucial role.
Energy storage firm redT has landed more than £3 million from an open share offer, effectively securing its immediate future.
Solarcentury, one of the UK’s longest running and most prolific solar developers, could be sold in the coming months, reports today have claimed.
Bristol City Council is to proceed with its ‘City Leap’ initiative, which is to further the city’s renewable energy deployment.
The closure of the feed-in tariff is “endangering” Scotland’s active domestic solar market, trade body Scottish Renewables has warned.
SPP speaks to Ray Noble on the FiT, its past and the solar industry’s future as the scheme winds down for good.
Liam Stoker kicks off a fortnight-long series of content that will bid a fond farewell to the feed-in tariff as it enters its final throes.
Eden Sustainable and AMP Clean Energy have partnered on a new, multi-million-pound post-subsidy solar fund.
UK-based perovskite specialist Oxford PV has raised £31 million in a Series D funding round which included participation from a host of global energy companies.
Results season - that time of the year when firms reveal just how well, or poorly, they’ve performed - is always interesting, but as UK solar enters a critical juncture, this year’s season has become emblematic of PV’s direction of travel.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) is aiming to unlock billions of pounds of investments for clean energy projects.
Solar Media's in-house editorial team highlights five key themes that emerged from last week's Energy Storage Summit 2019, which took place at a crucial time for the industry.
The advent of unsubsidised solar in the UK is accelerating and Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF), one of the top five asset holders in the UK, now expects its previous patience in the field to pay off.
GRIDSERVE has unveiled that it is to start construction on a 37.4MW solar farm and 27MW battery storage project imminently, in what is being billed as the UK’s most technologically advanced solar farm to date.