For the second year running Lark Energy has picked up two prestigious awards for one of its projects.
Between December 2013 and the end of March 2014, Lark Energy constructed and connected 5 of its own development projects with a total capacity of 46MWp for Armstrong Energy.
Lark Energy appeared in the High Court on April 10th in the Judicial Review of the Secretary of State’s decision not to allow an appeal for a solar farm at Ellough in Suffolk.
Lark Energy has recently started construction of a 9MWp solar farm at Hanson Cement's Ketton Works in Rutland, following the granting of planning consent by Rutland County Council.
The UK’s largest solar farm has won the inaugural Solar Power Portal award for Most Successful Large-scale Ground Mount Solar Site.
On 16th October 2013, the Secretary of State overturned the Planning Inspector's decision to grant planning permission for Lark Energy's proposed 24MWp solar farm at Ellough in Suffolk.
Lark Energy's proposed 10MWp solar farm in Wellingborough has been given the green light by Wellingborough Council's planning committee.
Lark Energy has partnered with Armstrong Energy on the development and construction of three solar farm projects in the Lincolnshire and Rutland area totalling 30MWp.
Construction has now started on one of the UK’s largest solar farms at the site of a former World War II airfield in Suffolk.
A solar farm which could produce enough energy to power 2,400 homes is being proposed by Lark Energy at a site along Doddington Road, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.