At British Solar Renewables (BSR), we strive to be a significant contributor in the production of renewable energy. Having already developed and built in-excess of 700MWp, BSR is determined to use its green energy to further decarbonise many industry sectors both locally and globally.
 
BSR was established in 2010, in the advent of two government subsidies: the Feed in Tariff and the Renewable Obligation Certificate.

It was a boom industry, and the UK became the fastest expanding solar market in the world.

BSR grew quickly and strategically, building five of the largest (four Solar-PV and one BESS) renewable power plants (at the time) in the UK, and now with operational power plants built by BSR in the NT, Australia.
 
BSR are not only present in the UK solar PV but also in Australia and across technologies extending into wind, BESS and early-stage developments of green hydrogen.
 
Having collaborated with module and inverter manufacturers, implemented utility scale PPA’s with the likes of Shell and HSBC and connected a private wire network to decarbonise the UPM paper mill in Deeside, BSR continues to push innovative boundaries.
 
BSR are growing from a position of strength as one of the largest renewable developers in the UK and Australia.

As the road to decarbonisation accelerates towards 2035 and 2050, the necessity for electrons and molecules becomes ever more essential.

BSR’s utility scale renewable power plants are perfectly placed to power onsite electrolysers in the production of green molecules such as hydrogen and ammonia.

It is BSR’s natural progression towards ensuring company longevity and adding a further revenue stack in the continued sustainable expansion of the business.
 
BSR seek opportunities throughout the energy mix and are in discussions with suitable off takers across industry, transport, and heating sectors.
 
ACT locally, IMPACT globally.

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