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SUSTAINABILITY experts, The Low Carbon Energy Company have announced the launch of a portable solar PV unit that will bring power to the parts other energy sources cannot reach!
The portable units known as The Solist were launched at this month’s canal festival in Burnley, Lancashire with staff from The Low Carbon Energy Company demonstrating their effectiveness. The versatility of the Solist unit was especially highlighted when the team from local radio station 2BR hooked up their outside br... [more]
Market Deeping (Lincolnshire) based 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.
Lark Energy completed the development work on the project before engaging with Prosolia and Oakapple to secure the funding and the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) capability to enable the project to be successfully construct... [more]
In 2010, housebuilder and developer Larkfleet Group demonstrated its commitment to sustainable energy by installing solar photovoltaic (PV) panels to provide electricity for its head offices in Bourne, Lincolnshire. Now, two years later, the installation has been shown to be producing even more electricity than was predicted when it was installed.
Southfield House – a building adjacent to the company’s headquarters, Larkfleet House – was chosen for the installation due to its large south-faci... [more]
THE Low Carbon Energy Company has welcomed the introduction of the government’s “Green Deal” initiative, but has urged consumers to be cautious!
Ged Ennis, Operations Director of The Low Carbon Energy Company, said: “First and foremost we stand for sustainability, so any move that is intended to assist businesses and residential customers in their move to renewable energy sources is to be welcomed.”
“That said, I have some concerns, so I would urge people to proceed with caution,” added Mr... [more]
Managing director of Lark Energy, Jonathan Selwyn, part of the Larkfleet Group, shared Lark Energy’s knowledge and experience in developing large scale solar parks at an international seminar in Munich.
Called ‘Doing Solar Business in the UK’, the seminar took place at the Novotel Muenchen Messe Hotel ahead of the prestigious Intersolar Exhibition at the adjacent Munich Exhibition Centre. It brought together key experts in the solar industry who discussed the future of the UK solar market.
Part of the Larkfleet Group, Market Deeping-based Lark Energy, has now installed an enormous 15MW (megawatts) of photovoltaic (PV) panels across the East of England and East Midlands in a combination of rooftop and solar farm projects.
To reach this milestone, Lark Energy has installed approximately 65,000 photovoltaic panels which in total generate enough electricity to power 4,000 households – more than Deeping St James and Deeping St Nicolas combined.
Lark Energy managing director, Jona... [more]