NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) has acquired 100MWp of UK solar in a c.£64.3 million deal with Lightsource BP.
UK green supplier Good Energy has signed a new subsidy-free agreement for two solar farms in Wales.
The Green Homes Grant is to reportedly be shuttered in March, less than a year after it first began operation.
Further calls for improvements to the Green Homes Grant are being voiced, with NGOs and thinktanks issuing a letter to the Prime Minister and Chancellor on the subject.
Solar operators could be handling more complex power purchase agreement (PPA) portfolios with multiple small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as offtakers, according to industry leaders.
Wholesaler Midsummer is launching a Renewable Heating Division, expanding its range of clean technology.
Wide tax changes could offer a 'reset' for Britain’s economy, promoting green technologies.
With the first full month of Brexit over, Solar Power Portal took a look at how the UK's exit from the EU has impacted the solar sector, in particular the wholesale market.
Clean energy company AMP has partnered with solar wholesaler Segen to offer more businesses and organisations solar energy.
NextEnergy Renewables has unveiled its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange through an initial public offering (IPO).
Hartree Partners has announced the launch of a new solar enterprise, AMPYR Solar Europe (ASE).
Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) has launched a new European solar energy company, Cero Generation.
The government’s Green Homes Grant (GHG) scheme is reportedly in chaos, with growing debt and job losses as installers are being left out of pocket.
Solar Power Portal caught up with James Armstrong, managing partner of Bluefield Partners, to discuss how the recent acquisition of a 70MWp asset reflects Bluefield's solar strategy, whether subsidy-free developments are still on the table and how the solar sector may see significant growth in 2022/23.
The UK solar industry installed 545MWp (DC) of new solar PV capacity during 2020, the first full calendar year when no government subsidies were on offer.
Since 2014, Portsmouth has invested more in solar than any other council in the UK according to new research.