In the first Quarter of 2015, Lark Energy completed construction and connected solar farm projects with a total capacity of 91.6MWp. Of the connected capacity, Lark Energy developed 60.6MWp across 6 sites and assisted in the development of the remaining 31MWp.
A Fully Funded Solar PPA with Up To 50% Savings - “No Roof-Lease or Any Other ‘Registered Interest’ in the Property Required.”
Pickles Reverses Original Decision and Grants Planning Permission for Solar Farm following High Court Quashing
The Secretary of State has finally granted planning permission for Lark Energy’s solar farm at Ellough Airfield in Suffolk.
Lark Energy has set up a new company to focus on its commercial solar activities. Lark Energy Commercial will build on the parent company’s significant experience in the commercial, agricultural and public sectors.
For the second year running Lark Energy has picked up two prestigious awards for one of its projects.
Judicial Review Decision on DECC's ROC Proposals: Response by Lark Energy
The judicial review (JR) of DECC's ROC proposals, brought by Lark Energy and three other leading solar developers, was allowed and heard in full in the High Court on Friday 17thOctober
The UK’s electricity system was originally conceived and built around large centralised power stations, mainly in the industrial heartlands of the country, sending power across the regions along high voltage networks terminating in large regional sub-stations
A senior delegation from the Malaysian Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water, visited Lark Energy’s 9MWp solar farm at Hanson Cement’s Ketton works on 5th June 2014.
In the High Court, Justice Lindblom has found in favour of Lark Energy and overturned the earlier decision of the Secretary of State to reject its planning application for a 24MW solar farm at Ellough in Suffolk.