We’re Green Nation, a renewable energy company.

We believe solar is becoming the most important source of electricity worldwide, and we are one of the companies making that happen.

We are developing and managing solar power generation, and energy storage where needed, across the world.

What we do.

We create and manage renewable energy assets. Our job is to maximise solar energy opportunities for landowners, electricity users, investors and the world at large.

Pylle Solar Farm, Somerset
Milkwall Solar Farm, Gloucestershire
Green Nation Office, Somerset

Our Activities

Asset Management

Pylle Solar Farm, Somerset

Our specialist team currently manages 15 solar farms with total capacity of more than 90 megawatts (MW), ensuring success in every aspect of operation. In 2021, we plan to add battery storage facilities to our portfolio.

On-Site Power Development and Management

Andover College, Hampshire

We fund rooftop solar installations on schools, public sector and commercial buildings, and sell the power at an attractive discount to the building occupiers, whilst managing the installations for life.

Renewable Energy Development in UK and Internationally.

Coleford Solar Farm, Gloucestershire

We’re developing new solar farms in the UK and in several other countries, and battery storage assets in the UK

Residential Solar Management

Home powered by Green Nation

We currently look after more than 200 installations on customers’ houses. If you’re one of our customers, click here for more information

Latest News

Goodbye 2020

The office may be a bit quiet, but our team continues to be fully operational.

Ensuring Green Nation could operate business as usual during a pandemic was not something we had planned to do when we started the year! However, we quickly transitioned to remote working a couple of weeks before the UK’s national lockdown announcement in March 2020.

Since then, we have only made occasional use of our office, but look forward to spending more time there later in 2021.

COVID restrictions have made travel to our managed sites a little more difficult, and new development projects have progressed more slowly than we wanted.

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