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Introducing Sedgeford Hall Solar Farm 

Regener8 Power is proposing to develop a 21 MWp solar farm and battery storage facility on 44.5 hectares of land at Sedgeford Hall near Heacham, PE36 5LT. 

The solar farm would generate approximately 22,600 MWh of clean renewable electricity per year by using photovoltaic panels that convert sunlight directly into electricity. 22,600 MWh is enough clean electricity to meet the energy needs of around 6,275 homes. The solar farm will also result in a CO2 saving of over 10,400 tonnes per annum*. (* Source: Renewable electricity output and energy conversion calculators, Scottish Govt. )

The proposals also include provision for an on-site battery storage system that will supply renewable electricity to the local grid at times of peak energy demand, providing security to the UKs energy supply. 

The proposed solar farm is temporary – after 40 years the land will revert to its previous state, leaving no evidence that it once produced renewable energy. During its time in operation the farm will provide a perfect habitat for wildlife to flourish and the site can still be used for grazing.

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  • Electricity for 6,275 homes
  • Removing 10,400 tonnes
    of CO2 each year
  • 22,600 MWh of clean
    renewable electricity

Sedgeford  Hall Solar Farm Location

The proposed 44.5 hectare site is located at Sedgeford Hall near Heacham, PE36 5LT. 

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Regener8 Power Limited is a cleantech company which develops and invests into renewable energy projects globally.

Our team has more than 50 years combined experience in origination, financing and construction of projects within the clean energy sector and has collectively been involved in the successful execution of more than 1 GW of clean energy projects including technologies such as Wind, Solar PV and Energy Storage.