About Us

Lark Energy is part of the Larkfleet Group of companies, a privately owned construction and development group based in the East Midlands.

Established in 2010 we have a staff of more than 50 people and an annual turnover in excess of £70 million. We are an international company with offices in London, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, the West Midlands, Scotland, the Republic of Ireland and the USA.

We were originally established to supply site-wide energy solutions for large housing and mixed-use developments. We now provide our expertise to a wide range of clients, offering both renewable – particularly solar and biomass – and conventional energy technologies.

We obtain funding and design, construct and maintain domestic, commercial and utility scale energy projects for clients ranging from SMEs to blue chip corporate clients and global investors.

As well as supporting new-build housing and commercial developments we assist with retrofitting solar PV for social and public sector housing landlords. We also help owners or tenants of large commercial buildings by delivering roof top PV, biomass and other energy technologies.

In particular, we have a very strong track record in the development of large solar farms. We work with local communities and landowners to bring forward superior schemes with excellent prospects for obtain planning consent.

High quality engineering is at the heart of everything we do. All of our schemes – solar, other renewable and conventional – optimise performance using state-of-the art energy technology.

We have a large dedicated team, providing our expertise to a wide range of clients with high quality engineering at the heart of everything we do.

STA best practice code

Lark Energy is a member of the Solar Trade Association which works to promote the benefits of solar energy and to make its adoption easy and profitable for domestic and commercial users. Other members include installers, manufacturers, distributors, large scale developers, investors and law firms.

As a member of the STA we comply with the following best practice guidance:

  • We will focus on non-agricultural land or land which is of lower agricultural quality.
  • We will be sensitive to nationally and locally protected landscapes and nature conservation areas, and we welcome opportunities to enhance the ecological value of the land.
  • We will minimise visual impact where possible and maintain appropriate screening throughout the lifetime of the project managed through a land management and/or ecology plan.
  • We will engage with the community in advance of submitting a planning application, including seeking the support of the local community and listening to their views and suggestions.
  • We will encourage land diversification by proposing continued agricultural use or incorporating biodiversity measures within our projects.
  • We will do as much buying and employing locally as possible.
  • We will act considerately during construction, and demonstrate 'solar stewardship' of the land for the lifetime of the project.
  • We will communities opportunities to invest in their local solar farms where there is particular appetite to do so and where it is commercially viable.
  • We commit to using the solar farm as an educational opportunity, where appropriate.
  • At the end of the project life we will return the land to its former use.