VivoPower indicators battery innovation collaboration with Tottenham Hotspur FC
VivoPower has been revealed as the official battery innovation partner for football club Tottenham Hotspur.
Feb 25, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, UK, Europe, VivoPower, Donna-Maria Cullen, Kevin Chin
Scottish developer gets nod for 50MW battery
Aberdeenshire Council Garioch Area intending committee approve ILI's project in Kintore
Feb 23, 2021 // Storage, UK, Europe, ILI Group, Mark Wilson
EDF joins Downing on 50MW UK storage space
Energy company selected as route-to-market and trading companion on the battery project
Feb 22, 2021 // Storage, UK, EDF, Europe, Adam Clarke, Sean Moore, Philip Dedman, Danny Kim
COP26 will certainly 'push energy' on PPA market
This year's 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) could be a stimulant for development in the exclusive solar market, according to a panel of sector leaders.
Feb 19, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, UK, Europe, power purchase agreement, sfieu, solar ppa, Tom Williams, cop26, climate change conference, dowling llp
Viridian releases brand-new, larger roofing system integrated solar modules
Cambridge-based Viridian Solar has actually included 2 new modules to its Clearline fusion series of roof covering integrated solar.
Feb 18, 2021 // Manufacturing News, UK, Europe, PV module, PERC, mono-crystalline, Cambridge, Viridian Solar, Jamie Berryman, Clearline Fusion, Roof Integrated Solar
Tigo Energy Crosses Threshold of 75 GWh of Collective Reclaimed Energy
Performance improvement showed in over 18,000 installations for installers like Project Solar UK Tigo Energy, Inc., the solar market worldwide leader in Flex MLPE (Module Degree Power Electronics), revealed today that the firm has surpassed 75 GWh of Reclaimed Energy because 2009 for around the world setups using the firm's industry-leading optimization solutions.
Feb 18, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, UK, Europe, Tigo Energy, Project Solar, Steve Wallace, JD Dillon
New study assists solar modern technology end up being a lot more economical
Scientists at The University of Manchester have discovered a way to accelerate the uptake of solar technology, by enhancing the ecological safety of perovskite solar cells.
Feb 18, 2021 // Technology, UK, solar cells, Europe, perovskite, Brian Saunders, David Lewis
PACE's initial UK solar farm Three Bridges gets planning consent
Pathfinder Clean Power (PACE) has been granted planning consent for its Three Bridges solar farm.
Feb 17, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, UK, Europe, solar farm, PACE, Pathfinder Clean Energy, Alex Ros, Rob Denman
Richmond Council signs up with Solar With each other system to provide discounted solar
The Solar With each other plan provides residents the possibility to purchase photovoltaic panels at a discounted rate via a team acquiring plan, with Richmond Council the most recent to sign up with.
Feb 16, 2021 // Residential, UK, Europe, Richmond Council, Julia Neden-Watts
Federal government should 'claw back' ₤ 1bn unspent Green Homes Grant funding, REA prompts
The Association for Renewable Energy as well as Clean Technology (REA) is calling on the government to turn around the choice to not rollover unspent Green Homes Grant financing into 2021/22.
Feb 16, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, UK, Europe, Nina Skorupska, REA
MMWEC to build 30-acre solar project in Ludlow
MMWEC, which stands for and also gives power for community energies around the state, will certainly build a 7-megawatt, $14.5 million solar array on 30 acres at its campus at the end of Moody Street.
Feb 12, 2021 // Plants, UK, Europe, Solar Project, MMWEC, Ludlow, Ronald C. DeCurzio
BeBa Energy installs 1.51 MW of roof PV for apple cultivator Goatham
BeBa Energy has actually set up 1.51 MW of roof solar across four buildings at 2 websites owned by apple growers AC Goatham & Son.
Feb 12, 2021 // Plants, Commercial, Residential, Rooftop PV, UK, Europe, Huawei, rooftop PV, BeBa Energy, JASolar, Ross Goatham, Shaun Beattie
Storage space gamer Highview shuts $70m funding round
Long period of time storage space programmer has a 4GWh pipe of projects in the United States, Europe, and also LatAm
Feb 10, 2021 // Storage, USA, UK, Europe, North America, Javier Cavada, Highview Power
Effectiveness restrictions of next-generation hybrid photovoltaic-thermal solar innovation
Spectral-splitting hybrid photovoltaic-thermal (SSPVT) technology has become an encouraging route towards high-performance solar harvesting.
Feb 9, 2021 // Technology, UK, China, Europe, Asia, efficiency, Spectral-splitting hybrid photovoltaic-thermal, SSPVT, solar collectors, Christos N. Markides, Gan Huang, Kai Wang
Green Homes Grant will certainly take ten years to rollout at current price warns EAC
The Environmental Audit Board (EAC) has cautioned that at its present price, it will certainly take ten years to meet the government's Green Homes Grant target.
Feb 8, 2021 // Residential, UK, Europe, EAC, Green Homes Grant