Enso Energy and the former U.K. national Green Investment Bank now owned by Australian investor Macquarie, have revealed plans to develop an extensive solar project portfolio across England and Wales that will reportedly include tracker and bifacial technology and will be financed by power purchase agreements.
Rise in small scale solar contributing towards new trend of falling summertime peak transmission system demand on U.K. grid, says outlook report. Inflexibile gas and nuclear plants may be curtailed to make way for solar and wind.
Partnership between Coventry City Council, University of Warwick’s WMG and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership to receive sizable investment from British government to build and maintain world-leading storage research and production facility.
Given that the U.K.’s policy support for the solar industry has waned significantly, pv magazine explores whether community energy projects can offer a viable solution for the sector.
British power group sponsoring three PhD projects at the University of Sheffield to support research designed to revolutionize country’s energy future.
Sheffield will host Britain’s first industrial-scale battery plant, in a bid to help the grid adopt to the rapidly increasing amount of renewable power in the U.K.
As part of the government’s £246 million drive to augment its battery and energy storage knowledge and network, the new Faraday Institution will deliver steady funding to some of the country’s leading universities to support their storage research.
The U.K.’s National Grid has published data showing that summer 2017 achieved a new landmark for clean energy, with the electricity powering the nation’s homes and businesses the “greenest ever”.
Dutch company Maas Capital to invest £160 Million into U.K. social solar scheme that aims to to help low income areas.
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