Belgian solar PV company, Enfinity, has revealed that its UK division more than doubled its target last year, supplying 6.5MW of solar PV systems across Great Britain.

Enfinity’s Corsham-based UK operation began trading just over a year ago and has already delivered 4MW of solar across a number of residential and commercial clients.

The company’s most notable achievements this year includes supplying PV modules, inverters and associated equipment to over 2,500 social housing installations. Despite significant cuts to the feed-in tariff, Enfinity UK was able to secure a number of new housing association and local authority projects including Taff Housing Association, Rooftop Housing, Cynon Taf Community Housing, Monmouthshire County Council and Torfaen Borough Council.

The company also helped a national utility company install 19 sub-50kWp installations across the Country.

Martin Allman, Enfinity UK Trade Manager explained: “The UK market is in a period of consolidation and at Enfinity we feel we are in a strong position as a mature solar company.  We already have partnerships with Graham and Jewson in the merchant market and are continuing to expand our network of Installer Partners throughout the UK.”  He continued, “With solar PV system costs adjusting to the new tariff rates, the technology continues to be an excellent investment for both the private and public sector.”

Worldwide, Enfinity has experienced sustained growth too, reaching an installed capacity of 200MW in 2011 alone, including a 33MW solar park in Ontario, Canada. The group has also agreed $100 million worth of solar PV funding from Wells Fargo.