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A number of business units within UK renewables developer Lark Energy have been shuttered and a number of jobs lost following what it has described as a “re-organisation”.
UK solar jobs, turnover and operating companies all witnessed significant declines last year as a result of what the Renewable Energy Association has termed a Westminster policy ‘bonfire’.
Lightsource and BlackRock Real Assets have combined to launch a £1 billion play to consolidate the UK’s secondary solar market.
Yesterday’s development from Ofgem and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy have garnered a significant response from the industry, the majority of which has been overwhelmingly positive.
Business secretary Greg Clark has unveiled the first phase of a £246 million investment in battery technology with the launch of the Faraday Challenge, designed to boost research and development and position the UK at the forefront of energy storage.
Asset manager Cubico Sustainable Investments has announced that Stephen Riley has been named its new chief executive officer.
The European Commission has proposed an alternative floor price setting mechanism to replace the minimum import price’s (MIP) current linkage to Bloomberg prices.
Fires involving solar panels are most commonly caused by errors in the installation process rather than any particular technological faults, a new report by both the Building Research Establishment (BRE) and the government has concluded.
Widespread curtailment of solar generators that had been planned for the Isle of Wight between July and October will be largely avoided following intense negotiations between SSE and a consortium of affected generators on the island.
Cambridgeshire County Council has received planning permission for what it claims will be the UK’s largest solar carport.
Hive Energy has revealed it is planning to build a solar farm in the UK without subsidy support next summer.
UK-headquartered multicrystalline solar wafer producer PV Crystalox Solar has confirmed plans to close its multicrystalline ingot/brick production facilities in Oxford.
Green Hedge has secured £30 million of investment from infrastructure investor Zouk Capital to help it chase battery storage developments.
Labour MP Rachel Reeves, widely tipped as one of the party’s rising stars, has been selected as chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee.
Water utility Welsh Water has announced plans to increase its own suite of onsite renewables as part of a wider decarbonisation effort.