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TLT advises Inazin Power on property aspects for three solar parks

TLT has advised Inazin Power Ltd, a leading developer of large renewable energy projects in the UK, on the property aspects for the following three solar parks:

  • Branston, Lincolnshire: 18.9MW
  • Emberton, Buckinghamshire: 9.0MW
  • Great Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire: 38.1MW

Together the solar parks will produce 66MW, which will provide sufficient energy to power for more than 19,800 homes, while offsetting over 28,000 tonnes of carbon. 

All three solar parks were successfully commissioned and built on time to beat the Renewable Obligation deadline. Low Carbon, who invests in, owns, and operates renewable energy projects will be the solar parks investor. 

The TLT team was lead by Maria Connolly, partner and head of Energy & Renewables.

TLT’s Maria Connolly says, “These solar parks strengthen Inazin Power’s property portfolio, with Great Wilbraham being our client’s largest to date. The development of the solar parks clearly demonstrates to the wider market Inazin Power’s continued commitment to power renewable energy to more homes across the UK. 

“Solar projects do throw up complex issues with tight deadlines; and these three sites were no exception. We are delighted to have given Inazin Power commercial advice throughout the process, helping them deliver their long-term growth plan.”

David Sandilands, CEO of Inazin Power says, “We have a long-standing relationship with TLT and once again they gave us spot-on advice, responding and understanding the issues that come with solar park developments. It was a real team effort to deliver these high-quality, large scale solar projects on schedule, and I’m pleased that we had TLT with us every step of the way.”

Last year TLT advised Inazin Power on the development of Low Carbon’s award winning 21MW Lackford Estate Solar Park, one of seven sites being developed by Inazin Power in Cornwall, Wiltshire, Pembrokeshire and Suffolk.

To date TLT’s Energy & Renewables team has been involved in approximately 30% of all UK solar projects either in the pipeline, contracted or built.

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