New funding means solar-powered trains could soon be coming to a station near you…

Riding Sunbeams has landed its first commercial funding to power trains in South East England and the Valleys in South Wales with solar energy

Climate ER secures funding for 500MW of UK solar projects

The company says its projects will help to significantly contribute to a carbon-neutral UK

Why your business should consider generating its own renewable electricity

With the UK committed to combating the climate crisis over the long term, now is the time for businesses to consider investing in renewable energy to help support the transition to a more sustainable future.

BayWa r.e. starts building Polands biggest solar plant – without subsidy

The 64.6MW Witnica solar park is due for completion by the end of 2020

Where does Opus Energy’s energy come from?

Opus Energy is one of the leading business energy suppliers in the UK, supplying more than 350,000 customers across the country with competitively priced gas and electricity. But where does their energy come from?

2019 saw the sharpest increase in global solar energy output ever recorded

A new study shows the energy generated by solar infrastructure increased by 115GW from 2018 to 2019, with more new capacity installed than in any previous year

Duke Energy Renewables and SEI seek to generate employment in the US solar energy sector

The partnership has announced a $10,000 scholarship fund for potential candidates who have been economically impacted by the Covid-19 crisis

Yorkshire Water launches solar power framework tender

The water company expects the move will slash energy spending and save approximately 6,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions every year

Sharp completes ‘mega solar facility’ in Vietnam

The new plant has an output of approximately 45MW, with annual power generation capacity estimated at 76,373 MWh/year

Spain’s new 50MW subsidy-free solar farm begins producing clean electricity

The Don Rodrigo 2 project could generate 100GWh of clean energy annually, enough to power around 30,000 Spanish households