Launching to installers today, Solarcentury introduces Sunstation, a new building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) solar roof system designed to meet customer demand for beautiful solar yet at a price competitive with high quality on-roof systems.
Solarcentury has been identified in the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) ‘1000 companies to Inspire Britain in 2015’. The list identifies the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) in the UK.
New energy regulations coming into play soon in Colombia will make conditions even more favourable for solar.
Plans are afoot to demolish Vauxhall Bus Station, an iconic landmark modern building and one of Solarcentury’s first bold, commercial solar projects. It was opened in 2004 by then-mayor Ken Livingstone.
Solarcentury building unsubsidised solar farm in Panama for ECOSolar; 9.9 MWp installation will generate clean solar electricity for the spot market.
Solarcentury announced that Magnetar Solar (UK) Ltd has purchased Solarcentury’s 71MW pipeline of solar PV projects, and has selected Solarcentury to build an additional 40MW of projects for Magnetar Solar.
Solarcentury has joined forces with local Kenyan company East African Solar to establish Solarcentury in East Africa.
We’ve been hard at work crunching numbers so we can demonstrate that with every passing second, we’re achieving our mission: to make a meaningful difference in the fight against climate change. The new carbon clock calculates the amount of clean solar electricity being generated by every solar installation Solarcentury has sold since we were formed.
Jeremy Leggett will be stepping down from his role as non-executive chairman of Solarcentury, replacing him will be solar expert Dr Philip Comberg.
Solarcentury is extending the existing 14.8 MWp solar farm at Hardingham in Norfolk with an additional 5.3 MWp solar PV installation.