Stour Fields Solar PV Park is an 18.7MW solar PV power project. It is located in England, the UK. According to GlobalData, who tracks and profiles over 170,000 power plants worldwide, the project is currently active. It has been developed in a single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in March 2014. Buy the profile here.


The project was developed by Ib Vogt UK and is currently owned by The Renewables Infrastructure Group with a stake of 100%.

Stour Fields Solar PV Park is a ground-mounted solar project which is spread over an area of 63 acres.

The project supplies enough clean energy to power 4,600 households, offsetting 9,500t of carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) a year. The project cost is $36.336m.

Development status

The project got commissioned in March 2014.

Power purchase agreement

The power generated from the project is sold to British Gas under a power purchase agreement for a period of 15 years.

Contractors involved

Ib Vogt UK was selected to render engineering procurement construction services for the solar PV power project.

Hanwha Solutions was selected as the supplier of PV modules for the project.

Ib Vogt UK is the O&M contractor for the solar PV power project for a period of 2 years.

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About Ib Vogt UK

Ib Vogt UK Ltd (Ib Vogt), formerly vogt solar Ltd, a subsidiary of IB vogt GmbH, is a renewable energy company that develops, plans, and operates solar farms. The company provides solar farm solutions for maximizing the lifecycle performance. It offers services such as infrastructure and logistics consulting, span project development and permitting, design and engineering procurement and construction services. Ib Vogt also provides operation, maintenance, ownership and asset management, construction financing and projects marketing services. Ib Vogt is headquartered in Chester, the UK.


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