Solar could benefit from a new arrangement which has seen OVO Energy join Community Energy England as a principal supporter.
Solar farm owner Toucan Energy Holdings has reportedly entered into administration, with Thurrock Council having run up debts of around £1.5 billion.
Ortus Energy completes integration of 400kW PV system for GE Power Conversion’s Marine Test Facility
Ortus Energy has completed the integration of a 400kW PV system into GE Power Conversion’s Marine Power Test Facility in Leicestershire.
ReneSola Power has acquired a 50MWp solar farm in Branston, Lincoln.
JBM Solar has received the green light to develop a 49.9MW solar farm, co-located with battery storage, at Hinckley and Bosworth.
“Current energy support systems are centred around power generation. If you are a power generation company on these support mechanisms, why would you think about doing energy storage?” said Mark Sommerfield, director of policy at REA.
Canadian Solar has completed the sale of two fully-permitted solar and battery energy storage projects to Gresham House.
During the first six months of 2022, the UK posted 80% growth in new solar PV installations compared to the same period last year, with 556MW of capacity installed. Solar Media's head of market research Finlay Colville explains the factors driving this growth and what can be expected for the rest of 2022 and into 2023.
OVO will invest £1 million to support new solar and wind farms through power purchase agreements (PPAs).
Following a deferral of the original kick off date, construction has now begun on NextEnergy Solar Fund’s (NESF) bifacial, subsidy-free Whitecross solar site.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Anesco’s CEO Mark Futyan to discuss the company’s pipeline of projects, how module prices are impacting development and its strategic shift.
Ahead of Solar Media’s inaugural Utility Solar Summit, we caught up with head of market intelligence Finlay Colville to discuss the key trends in the UK’s solar sector currently and what people can expect to get out of the event.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Andrew King and Ian Harding, co-founders and directors of Enso Energy, to talk about the key considerations for putting solar through planning, the timeline of Enso's 1GW pipeline and how government policy could support further solar development.
NextEnergy Capital has energised two subsidy-free solar farms, one of which - a 75MWp asset developed in Wales - is claimed to be the largest constructed PV plant in the UK.
Foresight Solar Fund has confirmed its continued focus on fixed revenue streams as the impact of COVID-19 continues to be felt.
Elgin Energy is to progress a 210MW portfolio of subsidy-free solar following the closure of its first fundraise with Focus Capital Partners.
Planning approval has been given for the first two solar and battery sites in Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) and Enso's pipeline.
Solar Power Portal caught up with James Armstrong, managing partner of Bluefield Partners, to discuss how the recent acquisition of a 70MWp asset reflects Bluefield's solar strategy, whether subsidy-free developments are still on the table and how the solar sector may see significant growth in 2022/23.
Anesco is partnering with Gresham House for the development of a 200MW solar PV portfolio over the next three years.
Solar giant Canadian Solar and Windel Capital are teaming up for a 1.4GWp pipeline of solar in a bid to boost their UK presence.
UK investor Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF) has acquired a fully operational 70MWp solar park in Wiltshire.
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Low Carbon Ltd has agreed a deal with social enterprise Low Carbon Hub for the rights to a 19MW solar farm with battery storage potential.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) has outlined how it is continuing to pursue a 150MW subsidy-free portfolio as it reports high levels of generation.
Renewables developer Harmony Energy has secured planning permission from East Riding of Yorkshire Council for its first solar site in the UK.
Foresight Group has formed a joint venture (JV) with UK solar developer Island Green Power to develop a pipeline of nearly 700MW of greenfield solar projects.
Solar Power Portal sat down with Bluefield Development managing director Jonathan Selwyn to discuss his first priorities at the company, the routes to market open to solar and the impact of COVID-19.
Hive Energy has begun construction on a 13MW subsidy-free solar park in Rugby, Warwickshire.
Thanks to fixed power purchase agreements (PPAs) and strong irradiation throughout the last year, Bluefield Solar Income Fund’s underlying earnings continued to grow to record levels.
JBM Solar Projects is to build a new 50MW solar farm with battery storage at a site near Swindon.