In June, we complete our first ground-mounted solar farm, Eastcott Cross. At the time, this 5MW solar farm is one of the largest projects in the UK.
PS Renewables is one of the largest renewable energy development and construction companies within the United Kingdom.
We believe that “Pure, Breathable, Clean Air” is a basic right for every living thing on our planet. We’re proud to contribute to this belief every day, be it through our early-stage energy developments, or better still via our already operating solar projects in the UK.
We are immensely proud of our proven track-record of developing, designing, building, and maintaining our energy projects here in the UK. Our projects are owned and backed by some of the world’s largest funders and energy utilities who also have aspirations for more clean renewable energy.
We are also proud that we’re contributing towards clean tech jobs here in the UK and changing an entire industry direction, whilst fully supporting Pure, Breathable, Clean Air.
At PS Renewables, we combine our expertise in renewable energy development along with construction and maintenance that helps create an eco-system that supports the need for Pure, Breathable, “Clean Air”.
How do we do this? First and foremost, at its core PS Renewables is a trusted Energy Development Company (EDC), meaning we develop significant and meaningful renewable energy projects here in the UK.
Second (and importantly), once consented we look to build our development projects, as we’re also an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) company.
Finally, once built, we also maintain the energy project as part of the Operations & Maintenance (O&M).
Over the past decade, we have developed, designed and built over 30 solar farms here in the UK, and we’re proud to say our projects are either owned outright, or backed by some of the world’s largest energy funds and utilities companies.
Canworthy Solar Farm (43MW) completes in December and is one of the largest solar farms in the UK, providing enough clean energy to power more than 10,000 houses.
We complete our twentieth solar farm, Carditch Grove (8MW). Together, our projects produce more than 150MW of clean energy.
In March, we connect Eveley Solar Farm (49MW), our biggest build so far and the third largest solar farm in the UK.
Having successfully developed a large UK Operations & Maintenance business, PS Renewables opened discussions with PUSH Energy (also a large O&M company). Both companies could see the value in merging their collective operations businesses. Shortly thereafter, the two companies created a Joint Venture called PSH-Operations Limited, providing management and operational services to over 650 MW of solar generating capacity in the UK.
By the end of 2018, we have built more than 300MW of solar-generating capacity and, via PSH Operations, are managing another 850MW of third-party assets in the UK.
As part of the NSIP fleet we are developing, PS Renewables partners with EDF Renewables UK to bring forward proposals for Longfield Solar Farm (a proposed 500MW solar and battery farm).
Sunnica Energy Farm and Longfield Solar Farm enter the “Examination” phase of the DCO planning process.
We purchase our Reading office, ready for expansion in the wider engineering, delivery and development teams.
Our team is one of the best in the business. With decades of experience between us, we have made it our mission to understand the renewable energy sector, top to bottom. Our combined knowledge and sector expertise has brought PS Renewables to the forefront of the industry. Together, we’re proud to contribute towards Pure, Breathable, “Clean Air”.
Over the past decade, Matt has created many utility scale solar energy projects, and has devoted time on relationships with key manufacturers, funding and co-development partners from around the world. The forming of these relationships has seen PS Renewables become one of the world’s largest renewable energy developers, with over 8 gigawatts of projects currently under development.
Since 2018, Matt has driven a strategic ambition to develop Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIP’s), which can range from 400 megawatts to over 1 gigawatt in size. Matt is also forging new relationships with vital technical partners such as battery, wind & hydrogen solution providers, with a clear view to contributing towards “Clean Air” and the reduction of fossil fuels.