Lark Energy – the award-winning provider of renewable energy solutions for industrial, commercial, housing and mixed-use developments – has expanded into new premises.
Lark Energy Ltd and its client Armstrong Solar Holdings Limited (ASHL) are pleased to announce that it has successfully connected 13 new solar farms with a total installed capacity of 44.1 MWp in advance of the change in the Renewables Obligation (ROC) regime on 1 April 2016.
We are delighted to invite you to an upcoming event, ‘Solar in Scotland: The Future and the Opportunity,’ Tuesday 15th March 2016, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
Last year, Lark Energy joined forces with Solarcentury and other solar companies to challenge the government's sudden closure of the Renewables Obligation in 2014 to projects above 5MWp.
Joint Statement by Solarcentury and Lark Energy
In December at the COP21 UN climate conference an agreement was reached by 195 countries to keep global temperature rise below 2 degrees from pre-industrial levels.
Lark Energy responds to the Government's latest proposals on the Feed in Tariff (FiT) and the Renewables Obligation (RO).
“The UK Government attending the Climate Change Conference in Paris this week is hypocritical,” said Karl Hick, group managing director of Larkfleet Group, one of the UK’s largest solar developers.
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