Today, the Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, used Prime Minister’s Questions to ask five of his six questions about the Government’s energy policy
Lark Energy are delighted to announce that they have started construction on phase 2 of the Ellough Solar Farm
Lark Energy Commercial is currently in the middle of a boom in commercial PV installations in the run up to the government’s proposed cuts to the feed in tariff (FIT). We have recently completed a 1.4MWp rooftop project on a food production facility and are at various stages of construction on a large number of projects across the UK ranging in size from 50kWp to 750kWp.
Lark Energy Connections Limited has made its commercial intentions very clear in achieving successful accreditation to ISO 9001:2008 for its Integrated Management System on Monday 17th August, some 6 weeks after starting the application.
Lark Energy is working in partnership with Severn Trent Water to develop a number of solar farms within their sewage and water treatment works.
Jonathan Selwyn of Lark Energy is named as one of the top ten most influential people in the UK solar energy sector
Jonathan Selwyn, managing director of Lark Energy Commercial, has recently been named as the seventh most influential person within the UK solar energy sector by Solar Media.
Lark Energy is now environmentally accredited under the ‘Investors in the Environment’ scheme.
Breaking news… Government announces changes to Renewables Obligation and Feed in Tariff.
The Rt Hon Amber Rudd MP, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, opened the second phase of the Hanson Cement solar farm in Ketton, Rutland, today (July 13).
The 12MW solar farm, which was designed and constructed by Bourne-based Lark Energy, produces 11,400,000 kWh, enough to power 3,200 homes. It comprises 50,644 solar panels, and will lead to saving 3,420 tonnes of CO2 emissions…
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.