Automotive giant Nissan has confirmed the launch of its home solar-plus-storage product, first revealed in February this year.
Lightsource BP, one of Europe’s largest solar companies, has acquired Irish Internet of Things (IoT) specialist Ubiworx, in a bid strengthen its digital capabilities.
British solar developer Solarcentury has won the highly sought-after reverse auction to install solar in London under the mayor’s flagship solar strategy.
UK-based water company Northumbrian Water has turned to renewable energy firm Lightsource BP for the development of 10 ground-mount solar farms to help power its operations.
EY anticipates further rapid growth of the evolving renewable energy sector in the coming years, despite rising interest rates and protectionism.
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi will visit the UK on 18 April during which he will welcome the European country to join the International Solar Alliance (ISA) as its newest member.
A UK start-up is launching a pontoon manufacturing facility in Cumbria with a capacity equivalent of 12MW.
Technical advisory and asset management firm Greensolver has more than doubled its portfolio with the acquisition of UK asset manager ENTAP.
Around the world solar developers are turning array designs on their head and choosing to go east-west instead. Following on from a recent feature in PV-Tech Power volume 14, here are the five key considerations to bear in mind when designing an east-west array.
UK utility OVO Energy has launched a new advertisement campaign featuring a Donald Trump-like figure trashing a solar farm with a golf club.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has said she wants to maintain “broad energy co-operation” with the European Union (EU) post-Brexit.
Vattenfall has announced plans to invest up to €100 million in developing solar plants over the next two years.
The economics of solar-and-storage in the UK are being proven, according to Anesco, the developer of one such project.
Greencoat Capital has won the race to acquire the highly sought-after portfolio of UK solar assets developed by Canadian Solar.
Bodies from the UK government and the United Nations are partnering on improving access to solar in Uganda, where 70% of the population has no electricity.