We specialise in the development of utility-scale solar and battery plants, overseeing the entire development process from start to finish including the sourcing of land, obtaining planning Consents, and securing grid connections
Our mission is to help countries increase their solar energy usage, making more renewable energy possible whilst drastically reducing carbon emissions. To achieve this, we are working on projects around the world, including the UK, Spain, Italy, Australia and New Zealand.
With a core team based in London, we are also supported by an established network of professional advisors and local partners in the various markets in which we operate.
From identifying suitable land and assessing its feasibility, to obtaining planning permission and grid connection permits, and finally advancing a site to the notice to proceed stage – our highly experienced management team has successfully completed over 1 GW of projects globally. These projects are now owned by some of the largest solar investors worldwide.
We are committed to responsible land use and believe that the development and commercial delivery of utility-scale solar farms can be achieved in harmony with their surroundings.
Solar power is a clean, predictable source of energy
The way we consume energy is already changing. The move towards renewables and the transition away from fossil fuels is an environmental and economic necessity.
We need to get large amounts of renewable energy into the system, and we need to do this quickly to help ensure energy security and to combat climate change now and for tomorrow.
Part of the Renewable Energy Mix
Solar plays a vital part in the renewable energy mix and complements other forms of renewables. But while other renewable sources can take a long time to be developed, solar projects are the easiest and quickest technology to deploy, getting power into the system faster than others.
Efficient Use of Land
Solar farms are typically built on land with lower quality agriculture value where growing food is not optimum. This type of temporary land conversion can help supply farmers with a much-needed additional revenue source from land that isn’t suitable for livestock or crops.
Just as solar technology can be installed quickly, the same can be said for uninstalling it once its use finishes. The land can then be used again by the farmer for other purposes.
While designed to minimise the visual impact to local communities, solar plants also benefit biodiversity and increase the range of plant species growing at a site. A well-managed solar plant can be a habitat, helping boost and protect wildlife and extend biodiversity, helping species from bees to grazing sheep.