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.
Solar farms 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.
Retailers, banks, utilities and social housing providers - offer solar to your domestic customers. You can trust us to manage a programme for you to deliver just that.
Want to be better off financially? Solar can save (and earn) you thousands. It’s quick and easy to install, and it's good for the environment too.
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.
See examples of real projects, real installers and real homeowners! This case study shows C21e solar slate installed on a Grade I listed church roof in Devon. It was installed by one of our trusted installers, Sungift Energy.
A community group have come together in Hampshire to fund and develop a solar farm, bringing clean electricity to their area.Full case study
A 5MWp multi-roof site with over 20,000 solar modules installed. This installation is the UK’s largest solar rooftop array.Full case study
The world’s largest solar PV bridge with a system of 1.1MWp providing 50% of the station’s annual power requirements. As part of a massive upgrade for London’s Blackfriars station, Network Rail were adding a roof over Blackfriars Bridge and asked Solarcentury 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 per annum.Full case study
In 2006 we established the international development charity SolarAid whose goal is to eradicate kerosene lamps from Africa.
Reduced running costs; meeting government targets for improved performance of buildings and increased property value through providing additional income streams. These are the findings of a new report into the impact of ...
New research from JLL, in conjunction with Solarcentury, highlights the positive impact of solar on the performance of commercial property.