Regulatory uncertainty has “damaged” subsidy-free solar projects, the Solar Trade Association (STA) has said in response to Ofgem’s Decarbonisation Action Plan.
Anesco is to overhaul its senior management team with executive chairman Steve Shine and chief executive Kevin Mouatt both set to leave the firm, Solar Power Portal can reveal.
The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG) has released its financial results, highlighting an increasing focus on battery storage in the UK.
UK based Multi Source Power Technologies (MSP) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with US based energy storage company KORE Power.
Gore Street Energy Storage Fund has raised gross proceeds of £3.5 million through a new placing of ordinary shares.
BayWa r.e. has announced the appointment of a new country manager for Ireland as it eyes new solar, wind and storage developments.
Eaton and Enico have formed a partnership to help deploy the xStorage Container, a scalable, modular and fully integrated containerised energy storage solution.
Innogy is to construct its maiden battery storage facility in Ireland as it looks to continue the expansion of its battery storage business.
The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) has published its standard for the installation of battery energy storage systems.
French renewables company Voltalia has gained planning permission for a 40MW solar farm with battery storage in Dorset.
Faisal Hussain, managing director at Certi-fi and the Energy Performance Valuation Scheme, stresses the need for the domestic renewables sector to avoid mis-selling at all costs.
RedT’s merger with US storage firm Avalon continues to progress, with the transaction set to be completed around the end of March 2020.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund is continuing its recent spate of optimisation deals, penning an agreement with Habitat Energy.
Solar Power Portal speaks to Pivot Power's chief executive Matt Allen about how to expand from 49.9MW and how the 'hint is in the name' when it comes to revenue agility.
Solar Media’s Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe return for episode six of the Solar Media Podcast, reflecting on how grids are adapting to renewables across the world and how the UK – and others – can nurture clean industries to replace dirty ones.
Centrica and sonnen have completed a virtual power plant (VPP) project, which will allow customers to maximise the potential of their solar panels while providing flexibility to the grid.