Vodafone, Mytilineos and Centrica sign second solar PPA for 232MW
Telecommunications giant Vodafone UK has signed a second corporate solar power purchase agreement (PPA) with Mytilineos and Centrica.
‘Realistic budget and sustainable prices’ at CfD auction needed for private investment in solar
By setting a “realistic budget and more sustainable prices” for renewable electricity in the upcoming Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction, the UK Government could bolster private investment within solar, RenewableUK said.
Meyer Burger gains MCS certification for UK expansion
Swiss-based heterojunction solar PV cell and module manufacturer Meyer Burger is set to expand into the UK market having achieved Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) certification.
Solar project development costs ‘increased by 50% off back of windfall tax and inflation’
The cost of developing solar projects has increased in upwards of 50% as a result of the Electricity Generator Levy and inflation, Energy UK has said.
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Viridian announces ‘world first’ EPD for crystalline solar PV module
UK-based roof-integrated solar manufacturer, Viridian Solar, has published an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) for its Clearline roof-integrated solar photovoltaic (PV) modules.In doing so, the company has said it is the first manufacturer to have its crystalline solar modules certified to a globally recognised standard.
Atrato Onsite Energy signs solar PPA with Tesco
Renewable investment trust Atrato Onsite Energy has signed a solar-based power purchase agreement (PPA) with supermarket chain Tesco.
Zenobē begins construction of 300MW battery energy storage project in Scotland
Zenobē Energy has started construction of a 300MW/600MWh battery energy storage project in Blackhillock, Scotland, following a £235 million long-term debt facility secured from five banks.
Last year sees 114% increase in MCS certified domestic solar installations
The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS), has released its latest data showing that 130,596 MCS-certified solar photovoltaic (PV) systems were installed in UK homes last year – a 114% rise from 2021.
Zenobē secures £235 million to develop two battery energy storage projects in Scotland
Zenobē secures £235 million to develop two battery energy storage projects in Scotland. The agreement also includes a £400 million accordion facility that will be used to debt finance expansions as well as future projects.
GETI 2023: how ‘tectonic shifts’ in the energy industry have affected the solar industry’s workforce
The seventh annual Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) examined how the “tectonic shifts” happening in the energy industry have affected the job satisfaction and career aspirations of its employees.
Lightsource bp confirms two new solar projects operational with 50MWp output
Lightsource bp, Schroders Greencoat and H&M Group have confirmed two solar power stations, with a total power output of around 50MWp, are now online.
Good Energy launches new smart export product for Feed-in-Tariff customers
Energy supplier Good Energy is launching a new smart export product for its Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) customers.
Solar to benefit from OVO Energy’s support for community-led energy projects
Solar could benefit from a new arrangement which has seen OVO Energy join Community Energy England as a principal supporter.
Flats in Wales benefit from ‘world first’ dynamic sharing solar technology
Allume Energy has announced the first installation of its ‘dynamic sharing’ solar technology, SolShare, in the UK housing sector at 24 residential flats in Cardiff.
High demand for cheap renewables sees Scottish solar interest soar
Power station closures in Fife and East Lothian, combined with rising interest in cheap, renewable energy has seen demand for solar PV soar in Scotland, property consultancy Galbraith has said.