Lark Energy has always been a diversified business offering our clients and investors a range of energy efficiency and renewable options and investing in early stage technologies.
Lark Energy Commercial has recently been selected to install a solar array as part of a high profile project in Fife, Scotland. Led by a partnership of Bright Green Hydrogen Ltd, Fife Council, and Toshiba, the project is funded partly through the Scottish Government’s Local Energy Scotland Challenge Fund.
Lark Energy response to the Consultation on Changes to Financial Support for Solar PV
Lark Energy is currently in the middle of a mini boom in PV installations in the run up to the government's proposed cuts to the feed in tariff (FIT) and ending of the Renewable Obligation (RO).
Larkfleet and Heylo Housing have signed a five year contract to deliver affordable shared ownership homes across the country.
Heylo is a residential property company which is backed by a local authority pension fund investment. It has been set up to help deliver much-needed affordable housing in the UK, operating in much the same way as a housing association.
Larkfleet has entered…
Larkfleet CEO Karl Hick has been named a winner in the world’s only international, all-encompassing International Business Awards, known as the ‘Stevies.’
Larkfleet has promoted Matt Wilson to the new post of director of investments. In his new role Matt will focus on assisting Larkfleet’s CEO, Karl Hick, with the company’s wide-ranging expansion plans.
Matt (42) worked at Larkfleet for eight years until 2012 and then returned to the company as financial controller in 2013 after a year as finance director of LowC Communities.
The CEO of Larkfleet won two titles at the Institute of Directors (IoD) East Midlands Director of the Year awards, crowning a year of similar successes for himself and the company.
Karl Hick was named as the IoD’s overall East Midlands Director of the Year and also as the Director of the Year in the Large Company category.
Larkfleet has appointed David Richardson as financial director. His new role will cover all of the Larkfleet businesses and comes at a time when the company is expanding rapidly into new geographical areas and new technologies.
Before taking up his new post David was finance director for Persimmon plc, covering the Midlands and East Midlands trading divisions. He also spent time as head…
Larkfleet has been described as ‘honourable’ by the deputy leader of Rutland County Council after volunteering to pay £4.8 million to help finance community provisions around the Oakham North development in Rutland.
Rutland county councillors voted to accept the cash from Larkfleet, in place of £6.68 million originally agreed in a ‘Section 106 agreement’ for the…