Need to cut energy bills? We make it refreshingly simple. Our end-to-end service takes care of everything from planning and financing right through to monitoring. And with our long-term commitment to solar, you can be sure of our long-term support.Read more...
Solar parks can provide a great return for landowners and investors. With over 100MWp under our belt, we’re a leading developer and EPC contractor. And we take care of the whole project, from planning through to O&M.Read more...
Installers come to us because we’re experienced, with a cast-iron reputation. They stay because they trust our products, value our support and enjoy our dedicated service.Read more...
Subtle, elegant and brilliantly effective, our C21e solar tiles and slates won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for excellence in innovation. They’re true building products for the 21st century, working alongside traditional tiles and slates to become part of the roof and give you your own source of renewable power.
We’ve just made installers’ lives easier with SolarcenturyOnline, our new online store. It offers 24/7 access to our catalogue of products and services, guided shopping, live pricing, special offers, multiple quote management and order tracking. It’s all part of supporting our installer customers, by making it simpler to do business.
With a large family, Anita was interested in solar to cut bills but was concerned about the appearance of her home. By installing Solarcentury's C21e solar tiles, she's maintained the look of her roof - and watched her electricity bills fall.
As part of a massive upgrade for London’s Blackfriars station, Network Rail were adding a roof over Blackfriars Bridge and asked us to install solar panels. With over 6,000m² of PV, Blackfriars is now the world’s largest solar-powered bridge, providing 50% of the station’s energy and saving over 500 tonnes of CO2.
A 5MW multi-roof site with over 20,000 solar modules installed. This installation is the UK’s largest solar rooftop array.
Wheal Jane park in Cornwall is a ground breaking project, it was the first solar park to be developed in Cornwall and the first renewable energy installation at Wheal Jane. Once the site of a famous tin mine, this solar park represents a shift to clean energy.
In 2006 we established the international development charity SolarAid whose goal is to eradicate kerosene lamps from Africa.
New look and location as company expands to meet market demand Solarcentury is on the move from Waterloo to Clerkenwell as the London-based PV company continues to thrive.
April 25th, 2013 is a great day for British solar with the opening of the National Solar Centre in St. Austell, Cornwall.