Fiskerton

The Fiskerton solar farm is located on a disused airfield in Lincolnshire.


The Fiskerton solar plant is built on a disused WWII Bomber Command airfield in Lincolnshire.  It uses Q-Cells modules for a total peak capacity of 12.9 MW.

The plant was connected in March 2015. Lark Energy was the EPC contractor. The project has a 25-year site lease and planning permission in place for an equivalent period.

Revenues are derived from a mixture of ROCs (at 1.4 ROCs per MWh), LECs and power sales.

Asset management is provided by Armstrong Energy and operations and maintenance management services is provided by Lark Energy.

Location
Lincolnshire

Size
12.9 MWp

Installer
Lark Energy

Status
Operating

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