Welcome to Green Nation

We are a specialist renewable energy company that believes everybody should be able to invest, create, generate or have access to green energy.

Today we focus our energy on solar power because we believe that right now it is the most accessible, affordable and immediate source of renewable energy available to the nation.

How we help people invest their energy wisely


We gain all the permissions needed to develop each individual solar power asset, including planning permission, easements, and connections to the grid. We then employ skilled and experienced contractors to build the system to the highest professional standards.


We operate five solar farms and hundreds of rooftop installations, generating multiple megawatt hours of electricity each and every day, dealing with any maintenance and repair issues, as well as selling the energy generated at a good price.


Most of the assets we create and manage are owned by investor-backed companies. We work with them to make sure they secure a healthy return on their investment; organising everything from electricity sales to Companies House filings and investor exits.

Where We’re Making a Difference

Solar Farms

Ground-mounted solar installations on marginal farmland or brownfield. We generate many megawatt hours of energy annually whilst providing additional income for landowners.

Big Roofs

Roof-mounted solar on schools, colleges and businesses. Typically, the building owner pays nothing for the installation and maintenance of the system yet receives electricity at a heavily discounted price.


Roof-mounted solar on residential properties. Most are installed at no cost to the home owners who receive free electricity.


Green Nation completes two new solar farms!

Green Nation completes two new solar farms!

Build has been completed on two new 5 MW solar farms near Pylle, Somerset under Green Nation’s management. The main contractor was Goldbeck Solar Ltd, and they started construction in September 2015. After excellent weather in the first few weeks of the build project, progress was hampered in late October and November by heavy rain and muddy surfaces.

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(Let us bring) Power to the People

(Let us bring) Power to the People

Most recent news stories about the solar industry, and renewable energy in general, have focused on the Government’s cuts to subsidies for the sector. These are expected to lead to a massive reduction in activity and employment within the sector over the coming months.

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