Resource management company Veolia is set to double its renewable electricity capacity, deploying solar panels across restored landfill sites.
The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) is calling for the introduction of a floor price above zero for the Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) to help support community energy.
EleXsys Energy has completed a £3.65 million fundraise to support the global expansion of its solar and storage microgrid platform.
Foresight Solar Fund and JLEN have each acquired a 50% equity stake in Sandridge Battery Storage Limited, which holds the development rights to the 50MW lithium-ion Sandridge Battery Storage project.
Danish solar PV business Obton has announced it is to double its investment in Irish solar partner Shannon Energy.
EDF Renewables Ireland has began construction of three new solar farms with a total capacity of 17MW.
A joint venture aimed at breaking down barriers preventing community energy projects from coming on-stream has been relaunched by Octopus Energy and the Midcounties Co-operative.
North Devon Council has unanimously approved a planning application for a 49.9MW solar farm to be developed by Aura Power.
Over 500MW of new UK solar PV and onshore wind is to be developed by a joint venture between Cubico Sustainable Investments and Peel NRE.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund has unveiled an 802MW pipeline, with 275MW of this currently funded and due to start construction shortly.
Smart energy technology company SolarEdge is launching Smart Modules with integrated Power Optimisers in the UK.
Removing VAT on clean energy products like solar panels is supported by a majority of the public, new analysis by Green Alliance has found.
Following a successful first phase, Moixa’s partnership with Energia is to now offer solar and storage to a wider customer base.
Gravitricity has successfully commissioned its 250kW energy storage demonstrator, proving the novel technology’s capability.
By 2030, all of the world's solar resource will be economic in comparison to local fossil fuel generation, according to a new report from thinktank Carbon Tracker.
A potential 80MW acquisition - plus Gore Street Energy Storage Fund's 1.3GW development pipeline - is to be funded by the net proceeds of the company's latest £135 million fundraise.