Many colder countries, including the UK, consume more energy for heating than electrical power.
Lark Energy Commercial is best known for its large-scale commercial solar projects, but at the heart of our company is a deep desire to help organisations achieve necessary carbon reduction targets in the most cost effective way.
Following the end of the temporary pause to the Feed in Tariff (FIT) in early February, OFGEM is releasing weekly updates on how much solar is being deployed in each tariff band.
Larkfleet Homes has made a series of grants totaling over £2,000 to charitable projects in Eye with another £40,000 still available for local groups and causes through its new community fund.
The first five projects to receive support from the fund are:
We are delighted to invite you to an upcoming event, ‘Solar in Scotland: The Future and the Opportunity,’ Tuesday 15th March 2016, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
Lark Energy Commercial is busy preparing for our second year at Ecobuild, the UK's largest event for construction and energy, where we will be showcasing our new energy consultancy services, alongside our installation services. Come along to find out more - we will be on stand E3340
Last year, Lark Energy joined forces with Solarcentury and other solar companies to challenge the government's sudden closure of the Renewables Obligation in 2014 to projects above 5MWp.
Larkfleet Homes has extended its sales team with the appointment of Samantha (Sam) Watkins (41) as sales manager.
Her new role will encompass appraising new and potential developments to help ensure successful marketing campaigns and future sales. She will manage the current and new sales teams for the growing Larkfleet Homes portfolio as well as liaising with solicitors and financial advisors…
Staff from Larkfleet are helping the new Greater Peterborough University Technical College (GPUTC) to recruit students for its first year of operation.
In December at the COP21 UN climate conference an agreement was reached by 195 countries to keep global temperature rise below 2 degrees from pre-industrial levels.