Hadstone Energy

 

Landowners

We like to work with landowners to build a solar farm that complements your existing farm business and does not unduly disturb the local community and landscape. We encourage grazing on our solar farms and want to situate solar farms in areas that are not only economically viable but are sympathetic to the surrounding environment.

Sheep

 

Projects

The projects below are under way. Click on the images for further information. If you would like to talk to us about how we might be able to help you please telephone 020 7993 5133.

 

About Us

Hadstone Energy Limited is an independent company, focused on developing, building, operating and investing in solar parks and to providing energy related services.

Sheep with solar farm

Our Approach

We like to work with landowners to build a solar farm that complements your existing farm business and does not unduly disturb the local community and landscape. We encourage grazing on our solar farms and want to situate solar farms in areas that are not only economically viable but are sympathetic to the surrounding environment.

Team

The directors of Hadstone have been involved since the first solar farm at Wheal Jane in Cornwall. We have worked on solar farm projects through their life cycle from assessment, development, financing, construction and operation.

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Watchfield village given £10k boost from solar developer

Watchfield News

A VILLAGE near Highbridge has been given a £10,000 boost from a solar park developer which is building a 60-acre project.

Hadstone Energy already received planning permission in August for its 10 megawatt Solar Farm at Watchfield Lawn Farm and Elm Tree Farm but wanted to make a donation to Watchfield village.

The money will help to pay for the re-cladding, insulating and repainting of Watchfield Village Hall.

James Rowe, director of Hadstone Energy, said: “The village hall is celebrating its 80th birthday this year. Although the hall only cost £189 to build in 1933, it now needs re-cladding and repainting and it seems that £189 doesn't go as far as it used to.

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Head Office

Hadstone Energy Limited
89 Worship Street
London EC2A 2BF
Telephone 020 7993 5133