Every new site undergoes a desktop review looking at several key elements of land, planning and grid suitability that combine to define a successful solar farm location. Should a site be successful in this process, we issue a ‘heads of terms’ document that contains our financial and legal offer to the landowner. This document sets out the term of the lease and the yearly rental income. Once this is agreed we conduct a title search of the property and enter into an option to lease agreement.

We engage our professional team to complete all the required studies including environmental, ecology, heritage, landscape and visual impact, glint and glare, and noise assessments. Once initial designs are complete, we go through a consultation process to seek feedback and amend the designs. This is to ensure we have addressed all the potential issues prior to submitting a planning application.

We always keep the landowner up to date with progress.

Once the planning consents have been obtained, we finalise the detailed construction design taking into account any planning conditions that were determined by the planning process.

Our experience allows us to optimise the design so that the completed plant will deliver optimal output.

Typically this is the quickest part of the development, with sites up to 50MW in size taking 12 – 16 weeks to construct. Larger projects can take 12 – 18 months. We work with leading Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractors who have a wealth of experience in constructing solar farms.

Once built there is a short period of testing before the solar farm is commissioned and operational.


As an experienced developer we look to operate in partnership with landowners to bring Solar PV projects to fruition. Working with us allows for landowners to release value out of land that may otherwise not be productive

Create a reliable, steady and secure income on marginally productive land

We offer a zero-risk partnership to landowners as we cover all the development costs, planning, grid connection etc. and once the project is developed, we enter into a long-term lease for the land. Our foremost commitment is to ensure that landowners retain their role as custodians of their property.

Stage 1
Site Appraisal, Legal Review and Heads of Terms
Stage 2
Permits, Licences and Consents
Stage 3
Design and Engineering
Stage 4
Construction and Commissioning

Characteristics of land suitable for solar and battery


Land in excess of 40 hectares / 100 acres for solar projects


Land with a minimum of 4 hectares / 10 acres for battery storage systems


Near a viable grid connection point


We will work with landowners to evaluate their land’s suitability

Coexisting with Nature

We see a solar plant as a solar farm; we harvest the earth’s natural resource to create a needed commodity. Our objective is not to take over the countryside with this new type of farming – we want to coexist and blend into the existing landscape.

Our strategy is to continue to allow livestock grazing within our developments allowing for farming to continue.