Registration for Solar & Storage Live 2017, the annual flagship exhibition and conference organised by Solar Media, is now open.
The government and Ofgem’s response to the Smart Power Call for Evidence will be published “as soon as the political situation makes it possible”.
Solarplicity has claimed its new solar initiative could save social housing tenants £200 million a year if they sign up to free LEDs, a smart meter and having solar PV installed where viable.
BayWa r.e. has pivoted on its UK-facing operations, opening a new office to cater for surging O&M demand whilst closing its wholesale division.
Solar is set to play a prominent role in future energy systems, according to the chief executive of French power company Engie.
UK fast food outlet LEON will be powered solely from solar this summer following a new arrangement with energy supplier Opus Energy.
The UK solar market is beginning to defy difficult conditions as developers emerge with new, post-subsidy models.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) has bolstered its chequebook by raising £126.5 million from a share placing that was significantly oversubscribed.
Photovoltaic system lifetime is key to ensuring investment returns. The more reliable the system lifetime is, the more reliable and certain the investment.
Green deal providers are processing loans for the first in nearly two years after the Green Deal Finance Company (GDFC) kicked into gear once again.
Mongoose Energy has launched its own crowdfunding platform – dubbed Mongoose Crowd – to cater for a growing number of investors eyeing community renewables opportunities.
Over 400 ex-employees of failed energy saving products firm Mark Group have won a court case against their former employer, bringing an end to the almost 18-month legal battle over their treatment.
The final consultation on the Republic of Ireland’s long-awaited support scheme for renewable energy projects has been confirmed for July as expectations of solar deployment continue to rise.
Industry stalwart Solarcentury has paid testament to its international growth strategy after ranking amongst Britain’s fastest growing companies overseas.
With the Renewable Obligation Certificate (ROC) scheme for UK based solar incentives finishing on 31 March 2017, the domestic sector once again showed its resilience by installing a healthy 640MW during Q1 2017.
Today’s surprise general election result of a hung parliament has led to increasing concern within the renewables industry that the government’s eagerly anticipated Clean Growth Plan (CGP) could be delayed once more.