Lark Energy, a leading solar development and construction company, has secured planning permission for the UK’s largest solar farm at the site of a former World War II airfield in Leicestershire.
Lark Energy, Prosolia UK and Oakapple Renewable Energy have completed the construction of a 3.4 MW (megawatt) solar farm in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire – one of the first major solar power generation plants in the region.
A solar farm which could produce enough energy to power 7,000 homes is being proposed at Ellough airfield in Suffolk.
A solar farm which could produce enough energy to power 7,000 homes has met with a positive response from residents following a public exhibition on Friday 6th July.
Jonathan Selwyn, Managing Director of Lark Energy, was recently invited to speak to an international audience in Munich about Lark Energy’s experience of developing large scale solar farms.
Lark Energy has now installed an impressive 15MWp (megawatts) of photovoltaic (PV) panels across the East of England, East Midlands and South West in a combination of rooftop and solar farm projects.
Lark Energy is planning the UK’s largest solar farm at the site of a former World War II airfield in Leicestershire.