The Solar & Storage Live exhibition returns to Birmingham’s NEC Arena in less than six weeks’s time, in what remains the UK’s largest gathering of the solar and energy storage industries
Wokingham Borough Council has become the latest to embrace solar, pledging school installs during the next academic year.
Q CELLS is launching its AC-coupled home energy storage solution in the UK and Ireland, taking aim at the country’s post-feed-in tariff domestic market.
A Welsh dairy farm, E O Morris and Son, has seen the install of a £20,000 rooftop solar system.
The economics of combining solar and other renewables with electric vehicles is becoming so compelling that the oil sector faces a “relentless and irreversible decline”, a new report from BNP Paribas has concluded.
Firm turns to UK, German, Japanese banks to wrap up £245 million debt refinancing of 28 up-and-running plants across the country.
Solarplicity has struck a deal with energy supplier Toto as it looks to press ahead with its community energy solar deployment scheme.
A proposed 800kW solar carport with battery storage is set to receive final approval from Northumberland County Council next week.
The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) has launched a consultation on its new certification for battery energy storage systems.
Solarcentury has reported “record financial results” for the year ended 31 March 2019 as it casts its eye towards a 5GW, global solar pipeline.
Denbighshire-based renewables installer Carbon Zero Renewables has been put up for sale by its managing director Gareth Jones.
Lior Handelsman, vice president of marketing and product strategy at SolarEdge, discusses the UK’s transition towards subsidy-free and self-consumption models, and how that can be achieved.
National Grid ESO has turned to artificial intelligence to improve its solar forecasting by 33%.
RedT has confirmed it has agreed outline terms for a reverse takeover of fellow vanadium redox flow battery firm Avalon, a move which the firm said would create a “leading player” in the energy storage market.
The UK solar industry will see a familiar face leading on UK energy policy after ex-energy minister Andrea Leadsom returned to to the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to succeed Greg Clark as energy secretary.
Solar generated 9% of Britain’s electricity on 30 June as carbon emissions dropped to a record-low of 97g/kWh, according to data from Drax.