British Solar Renewables managed to connect 10 solar farms totalling 113MW of capacity before the renewable obligation rate dropped in April.

The company’s in-house EPC was in charge of site planning, design and construction with British Solar Renewables’ subsidiary Renewable Energy Connections handling grid connections.

British Solar Renewables’ business development director, Giles Frampton said: “In spite of the issues caused by the worst storms and flooding in the UK on record, which ran from December through to February, the British Solar Renewables team were able to construct and deliver the parks in time to hit the ROC deadline.”

Despite the reduction in available subsidy rate, British Solar Renewables is predicting a healthy pipeline of UK solar farms under 1.4ROCs, Frampton explained: “The company has delivered 113MW of solar and is in a position to do the same again in the next six months. This achievement is testament to the hard work and dedication of our delivery team and the many sub-contractors that we work with.”

The company claims that its track record of UK solar farms and current pipeline of projects has enabled it to attract significant investment, achieving annual turnover of around £200 million.