The company has worked together with its funding partner, Low Carbon, and the EPC contractors, Goldbeck and Grupotec, to connect the seven sites situated in Cornwall, Wiltshire, Pembrokeshire and Suffolk.

Commissioned and built ahead of the Renewable Obligation (RO) step-down deadline, the new solar farms comprise more than 300,000 photovoltaic solar panels producing more than 70,000MWh per year, while offsetting about 30,000 tons of carbon.

These projects include the first investments to be announced under the collaboration agreement between Low Carbon and Macquarie Capital, which plans to build and commission nearly 300MW of solar parks in the UK.

Inazin CEO David Sandilands said the construction and commissioning of these sites in such a short timeframe and under exceptionally poor weather conditions was a tremendous achievement – showing real commitment from all of the company’s development partners, supervised by the project management team.

"Looking ahead, we have a strong pipeline of new projects and the funding in place to deliver further growth in the coming year and beyond," Sandilands added.