PV is a proven and very widely used technology in Europe, the US and Asia. Since the introduction of the Feed in Tariff (FIT) in the UK in April 2010, it has become an increasingly attractive option for domestic and commercial installations in the UK. The technology benefits from being relatively simple and very reliable. The main components (the “panels” or “modules”) are guaranteed for the lifetime of the feed in tariff.
Lark Energy specialises in photovoltaics (PV) systems and is a market leader in the provision of all sizes of system ranging from large-scale solar farms through on-roof commercial systems to multi-roof housing projects. We offer a straightforward, high quality and very competitive installation service. We use only the highest quality products which we buy directly from the manufacturers ensuring excellent performance and long-term reliability. All our PV installations are MCS accredited and therefore eligible for the Feed in Tariff.
Lark Energy is able to offer:
Our renewable energy solutions are designed to enhance the value of our clients’ existing buildings and land, reduce their consumption of grid energy and reduce the carbon intensity of their operations.
PV Project Delivery
Each PV project is managed by Lark Energy using highly experienced project managers. Our installation team is comprised of specialist roofing contractors and electrical engineers. Our team of customer care staff provides first class after sales service and support.
The group’s specialist builders merchant, Eco Building Products, sources high quality components through its exclusive procurement partnerships with leading companies such as Suntech, Danfoss and SMA. This ensures long-term reliability, industry-leading warranties and maximum return on investment.
Lark Energy has developed a number of large solar farms ranging from 3.3MWp to 33MWp. We developed and assisted with the construction of 10MWp of solar farms in 2011. In 2012, we constructed two solar farms of 3.3MWp (near Peterborough) and 5MWp (near Salisbury) and we are currently constructing a 5.7MWp solar farm in Lincolnshire. We have a further 80MWp of fully consented solar farm projects. The news section contains links to further information on these sites.