Energy storage is the key to low cost, no carbon energy

Green Hedge develops, realises and operates large scale grid-connected and behind-the-meter battery energy storage projects across Britain.

Behind-the-meter power for

LARGE ENERGY USERS

Long-term income for

LANDOWNERS

Green Hedge at a glance

Green Hedge is a leading developer and operator of low carbon electricity generation and storage projects. Established in 2010, our team have a strong track-record in delivering low carbon energy projects and services. The group’s developer arm has developed over 200 megawatts of renewable energy projects to date, with a focus on large-scale grid connected and on-site generation solar PV systems. In the UK, we are currently developing, building and operating one of the largest pipelines of electricity storage assets in the local market. We also develop and finance "behind the meter" storage installations ("Savings in a Box") for large energy users, helping businesses reduce their cost base and carbon footprint.

BEHIND-THE-METER POWER

for large energy users

We develop tailored, expertly integrated behind-the-meter electricity generation and storage that helps businesses reduce costs, improve energy security, & go green.

THE ENERGY BARN™

for UK landowners

The Energy Barn™ offers UK landowners the opportunity to generate long-term income from hosting an energy storage project on their land.

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Directors

Four experienced non-executive directors complement our three executive directors forming the management team.

Meet some of our team members!

Project development portfolio

We have developed over 200 megawatts of large-scale grid connected and on-site generation solar PV installations to date.

Lower Stanley Farm

Lower Stanley Farm

  • Gloucestershire, England
  • Operational since early 2016
  • 9.8 MW
Stanton Under Bardon

Stanton Under Bardon

  • Leicestershire, England
  • Operational since early 2016
  • 3.7 MW
Little Staughton AIirfield

Little Staughton AIirfield

  • Cambridgeshire, England
  • Planning consented 2015
  • 49.9 MW
Wormit

Wormit

  • Fife, Scotland
  • Operational since early 2016
  • 5 MW
Roves Farm

Roves Farm

  • Wiltshire , England
  • Operational since 2015
  • 12.7 MW
Tower Hill Farm

Tower Hill Farm

  • Gloucestershire, England
  • Operational since 2015
  • 8 MW
Coombeshead

Coombeshead

  • Devon, England
  • Operational since 2015
  • 9.8 MW
Attard Solar Roof

Attard Solar Roof

  • Valletta, Malta
  • Operational since 2014
  • 50 kW
Nether Mill Farm

Nether Mill Farm

  • Devon, England
  • Operational since 2014
  • 3.7 MW
Reydon Farm

Reydon Farm

  • Suffolk, England
  • Operational since 2014
  • 5 MW
Says Court Farm

Says Court Farm

  • Gloucestershire, England
  • Operational since 2014
  • 19.8 MW
Sevor Farm

Sevor Farm

  • Wiltshire, England
  • Operational since 2014
  • 10.3 MW
Honda Solar Roof

Honda Solar Roof

  • Istanbul, Turkey
  • Operational since 2014
  • 100 kW
Taunton Racecourse

Taunton Racecourse

  • Somerset, England
  • Operational since 2014
  • 1.8 MW
Ayshford Court Farm

Ayshford Court Farm

  • Devon, England
  • Operational since 2012/13
  • 5 MW
Jordanston

Jordanston

  • Pembrokeshire, Wales
  • Operational since 2013
  • 4.6 MW
Owls Lodge Farm

Owls Lodge Farm

  • Hampshire, England
  • Operational since 2013
  • 10 MW
Causilgey

Causilgey

  • Cornwall, England
  • Operational since 2013
  • 5 MW
Higher Tregarne

Higher Tregarne

  • Cornwall, England
  • Operational since 2013
  • 4.9 MW
Borgisdorf Solar Roof

Borgisdorf Solar Roof

  • Borgisdorf Solar Roo
  • Commissioned in 2012
  • 1 MW
Kingston Farm

Kingston Farm

  • Wiltshire, England
  • Operational since 2011
  • 5 MW
Sevor Farm

Sevor Farm

  • Wiltshire, England
  • Operational since 2014
  • 10.3 MW
Lake Farm

Lake Farm

  • Wiltshire, England
  • Operational since 2011
  • 5 MW
Beechgrove Farm

Beechgrove Farm

  • Devon, England
  • Operational since 2011
  • 4 MW
South Marston

South Marston

  • Wiltshire, England
  • Operational since 2011
  • 5 MW
Senftenberg Solar Roof

Senftenberg Solar Roof

  • Brandenburg, Germany
  • Commissioned in 2009
  • 200 kW
Halse Farm

Halse Farm

  • Somerset, England
  • Operational since 2013
  • 8.3 MW

Project development portfolio

We have developed over 200 megawatts of large-scale grid connected and on-site generation solar PV installations to date.