Past Events


COVID-19: Impacts 3

  • April 2nd - 10:00-11:00
  • Venue: Webinar

Join the STA for an essential update on COVID-19 and how the UK lockdown affects your business. We will explore challenges emerging on the ground in the UK, including the continuation of critical maintenance on solar sites, how DNO work on new connections will be impacted and to what extent knock-on effects onto future projects can be mitigated.

COVID-19: Impacts 2

  • March 26th - 09:00-10:00
  • Venue: Webinar

Join the STA for an essential update on COVID-19 and how the UK lockdown affects your business. We will explore challenges emerging on the ground in the UK, including disruptions to works, key worker status entitlement, and the support packages in place to navigate these uncertain times.

COVID-19: Impacts

  • March 19th - 10:00-11:00
  • Venue: Webinar

Join the STA for a brief update from key players in the UK market, including speakers from the STA, Segen, Huawei and JA Solar.

Speakers will primarily address supply chain impacts in particular, but this webinar will also serve as an open forum for members to raise any other COVID-19 related concerns.

RenewableUK – Solar Trade Association Storage Working Group

  • March 3rd - 10:00-12:30
  • Venue: CMS

This will be the first meeting of the joint RUK-STA Storage Working Group.

We have established this group to bring together storage investors, developers and supply chains to explore the challenges facing deployment of storage onto the system in the UK.I am delighted to confirm that the Working Group will be co-chaired by Matt Allen, CEO, Pivot Power, and Roberto Castiglioni, Managing Director & CEO, Ikigai Capital.

Large-Scale PV Working Group

  • February 26th - 14:00-16:00
  • Venue: Watson Farley & Williams LLP

The STA Large-Scale PV working group leads on building a more favourable regulatory environment for existing assets, improving market conditions for new solar farm development, and maximising value from large-scale PV through innovative approaches to asset management. A key recent focus has been our work with Distribution Network Operators on mitigation of network outages during peak production periods.

O&M Working Group

  • February 26th - 11:00-13:00
  • Venue: Watson Farley & Williams LLP

This Working Group is focused on establishing and advancing O&M standards and best practices across the ground-mount and large-scale rooftop PV industries. Key priorities include operational health and safety; performance optimisation; data management, monitoring and communication; and environmental stewardship.

The Energy Storage Summit

  • February 25th- February 26th
  • Venue: Victoria Park Plaza

The Energy Storage Summit, now in its 5th year is renowned for its quality, breadth and expertise, featuring an all-encompassing range of strategic and technical sessions on the adoption and deployment of storage.

The Summit, in London on 25-26 February 2020, plays a pivotal role in the journey to propelling the industry into the next stage of its development, providing an unrivalled platform to develop the right partnerships and create business opportunities of all sizes.

Local Authority Steering Group

  • February 13th - 15:00-17:00
  • Venue: Solar Trade Association

Solar, storage and smart energy management empower local people and organisations. Investment in these technologies is essential if local leaders are to tackle climate change, improve air quality and facilitate the transition to a smart energy system. This STA Local Government Group leads on discussing and determining the key strategic opportunities in this sector.

Chaired by GRIDSERVE.

STA Scotland Working Group

  • February 5th - 11:00-16:00
  • Venue: Anderson Strathern (Glasgow)

STA Scotland, a sub-committee of the STA Board of Directors, coordinates the work of the STA in Scotland. The branch is helping to shape policy decisions that will enable Scotland to fully realise its potential for solar and storage applications within the electricity, heat and transport sectors. The working group focuses on removing barriers such as business rates, grid constraints, building standards, and planning frameworks and has a track record of delivering material outcomes to industry.

Solar Finance & Investment Europe

  • February 5th- February 6th
  • Venue: Victoria Park Plaza

Solar Finance & Investment Europe (SFIEurope) returns to London on 5-6th Feb. Join us to find out institutional investors’ plans for the market, new solar markets, solar+storage, post-subsidy projects, large energy buyers’ needs, bifacial panels and trackers, plus regional insight for Spain, Portugal, UK, Ireland, Italy, France, Netherlands, Greece, Ukraine and many more… and leave with new business.

  • Members Meetings
  • Partner Events
  • STA Paid Events
  • STA Scotland
  • Training Opportunities
  • Webinars
  • Other