Solarcentury Africa executives have been making the news, speaking with South African newspaper, the Mail & Guardian, and with Bloomberg TV Africa.
We’re pleased to announce that Seb Berry, Solarcentury’s Head of External Affairs, has been appointed to the Board of EPIA.
Energy and Climate Change Minister Greg Barker has welcomed the launch of the world’s largest solar bridge at London Blackfriars. Speaking at the launch reception, the Minister said: “Blackfriars solar bridge is an architectural gem, a truly iconic installation and a fantastic addition to the skyline of the greatest city in the World. I congratulate […]
Today, Solarcentury presented SolarAid with a gift of £98,000.
Network Rail, First Capital Connect and Solarcentury surprised passengers arriving at Blackfriars station this morning with a free cuppa drawn from Britain’s biggest tea cup to celebrate the launch of the world’s largest solar bridge. The 4,400 photovoltaic panels cover the roof of the station and produce enough energy to make almost 80,000 cups of tea a […]
A solar farm in South Africa’s North West province is the first to plug into the electricity grid.
The Guardian newspaper is featuring SolarAid as a charity of choice.
“Government must uphold the ambition of the Fourth Carbon Budget and show its support to a vital part of the UK’s economy” says alliance
Guest insight: Nicky Wightman of Savills shares the questions she sees commercial real estate clients consider when evaluating solar PV. A solar PV system is a well-established method of reaping benefit from your businesses’ least used asset; the roof. Solar is now a mainstream and reliable technology – which should be easy to buy and […]
Solarcentury, the UK’s most experienced solar energy company, is expanding in Benelux after teaming up with Dutch solar and smart grid development company ‘ProxEnergy’. The launch of Solarcentury Netherlands comes a month after Solarcentury appointed the former founder and CEO of ProxEnergy, Frans Van den Heuvel, as its new Chief Executive and hinted at further […]