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Part-time bookkeeper required

February 10th, 2020|0 Comments

To support our growth, we are looking for a part-time bookkeeper to join our busy, brilliant and friendly team. It is a great role for someone looking for flexible part-time hours.

Where can you take us?

February 10th, 2020|0 Comments

We are looking for brilliant people to bring specialist skills and experience to our talented team. They’ll accelerate our development into new areas of expertise and into new audiences, and more...

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Our 2019 results

February 3rd, 2020|0 Comments

In 2019 we secured grid capacity for over 1GW of solar, storage, gensets and energy from waste (EfW) schemes, on over 3,000 acres with a lifetime ground rent of £100m. Why not join us in 2020?

Roadnight Taylor 2019 Festive Stats

December 16th, 2019|0 Comments

After a spectacular year in which Roadnight Taylor Ltd really came of age, we totted up some of our successes in 2019. A huge thank you to our extraordinary and talented team - and all the developers, businesses, public sector bodies and site owners who put their faith in us in 2019. Happy Christmas!

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Performance review and recommendations for solar arrays

May 28th, 2019|0 Comments

In our experience, most on-site solar PV schemes are underperforming in one way or another. Schemes can be missing out on revenues and savings, suffering high operating costs, and/or accruing risk of crippling one-off costs. Our PV Healthcheck reviews schemes and makes recommendations to ensure technical and financial performance is maximised.

Major steps for battery storage signal time for more industry support for smaller-scale schemes

April 22nd, 2019|0 Comments

The recent EDF Energy deal with Anesco and continuing fall in the LCOE for battery storage, are both great news for battery storage. Richard explains what more can be done by the industry to become less reliant on Government support and allow investments in battery storage to flourish, particularly in smaller organisations.

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The return of the large-scale standalone solar market

September 25th, 2018|0 Comments

As solar technology prices decrease and energy prices increase, we are at a tipping point in the large-scale solar market. With opportunities returning, large-scale solar, located with or without batteries, can offer landowners with the right sites a strong diversification income.

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Get in or miss out, warns Roadnight Taylor

June 8th, 2018|0 Comments

Press release: Landowners who are considering generating or storing energy should act fast before grid capacity runs out. The electrical grid is heavily constrained with some areas having only pockets of capacity remaining. So even where a site has good planning and access attributes, it may not be able to get a grid connection which stops a project in its tracks.

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Act quickly to avoid grid application fees

March 16th, 2018|0 Comments

Press release: Farmers and landowners interested in energy generation or storage projects should act quickly to avoid potentially steep fees. From 6 April network operators in England, Wales and Scotland will be able to charge up-front fees for grid connection offers, which could run into thousands of pounds.

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A sad day caused by grid connection application scandal

December 4th, 2017|0 Comments

Land and property owners need to be made aware of some of the practices of some 'grid consultants' and land agents during the grid connection application process that could cost them unnecessary time and money and that are putting the Network Operators' system planning teams under considerable pressure.

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