Lark Energy has taken up new premises in Lincolnshire to reflect the recent expansion of the company’s divisions of business, which have now been brought together under one roof.

After originally being based in Market Deeping, the company’s ensuing growth has seen parts of the business move to different locations to accommodate growing staff numbers.

The energy solution provider’s move into a new office in Bourne, adjacent to the headquarters of parent company the Larkfleet Group, has reunited Lark Energy in one location.

Karl Hick, chief executive of The Larkfleet Group of Companies, said: “This is a great step forward for Lark Energy. The company has made large strides and has grown from nothing to more than 50 staff in just over five years.

“We are delighted that we have found premises in Bourne. Larkfleet has been based in the town for many years, so for Lark Energy to move closer to ‘home’ is particularly pleasing.”

Lark Energy has developed a range of renewable energy projects, working predominantly with solar PV and biomass technologies. It was recently included in the top ten UK solar EPCs by Solar Power Portal and has a number of 1.2 ROC projects due for completion by March 2017.

While working as a major developer of commercial rooftop solar, Lark Energy is also diversifying into other forms of energy generation. Speaking to SPP last week, development managing director Jo Wall said Lark Energy will deliver a £9 million energy from waste plant in Scotland within the next six months.

“We're doing quite a lot of gas generation projects because that's seemingly where government policy is,” she also stated.

The company has also established its own Independent Connections Provider (ICP) business allowing it to build electricity networks and has recently bolstered its ranks with a new intake of mechanical engineers.

Wall added: “We will continue to look at solar opportunities, but they'll be amongst a selection of other things we're looking at and we'll work out whether or not they're the best thing to be focusing our resources on over the next couple of years.”