Is removing solar tariff literal daylight robbery?

More than 70% of consumers seem to think so…

Trina Solar delivers modules to Ukraine’s largest photovoltaic site

The site is expected to provide renewable power to around 100,000 households across the country

Molecular arrangement ‘could boost solar panel energy output’

Imperial College London and University College London say the discovery could boost efficient and cut costs

Scottish island to receive electricity for 24 hours for the first time ever!

Fair Isle, currently home to 55 people, has only had access to power between 7.30am and 11.30pm until now

Solar power ‘will help Europe avoid blackouts’

Sun Investment Group says photovoltaic panels can prove highly effective in covering gaps in supply

Get re-energised at E.ON’s sustainable spa on the South Bank

The pop-up aims to display how renewable technologies can be effectively used

Spain scraps 7% solar tax in move to cut energy bills

Energy and Environment Minister Teresa Ribera said the move will make it easier for consumers to install panels

Could a special molecule store the sun’s energy for later use?

Researchers from Sweden’s Chalmers University of Technology have developed a chemical that can do just that

Sun goes in on Saudi Arabia’s $200bn solar plans

The nation is now concentrating on developing a broader, more practical strategy to boost renewables

“Solar energy, I presume…”

Zambia’s Chitambo Hospital, founded in the name of Dr Livingstone, is to install photovoltaic panels