Utilising the worlds greatest natural resource – the sun. Unlike fossil fuels, we will have a steady, limitless supply of sunlight for another five billion years to convert into clean, green energy.


It’s simple, to deploy large-scale renewable infrastructure to transition to a sustainable future by utilising the world’s greatest natural resource, the sun. Unlike fossil fuels, we will have a steady, limitless supply of sunlight for five billion years to generate clean, green energy.

Renewable energy projects make a significant contribution towards supporting the UK’s strategic vision for rapid decarbonisation to build climate resilience. This resilience will protect the UK from volatile international energy markets, whilst underpinning the transition to clean energy to enable a net zero 2050 economy.

Generating energy from natural resource on home soil will mean access to affordable, abundant, and reliable electricity. This will secure economy growth and prosperity while keeping the cost of living down for future generations.

All UK renewable markets are subsidy free requiring no government or public funding.


Climate change is the defining crisis of our time and it is happening quicker than feared. Tackling climate change requires unprecedented and urgent action. To thrive, the UK will need to support the growth of new sectors. The transition to powering homes and businesses with low-cost, low-carbon electricity generated from renewable energy sources is an essential part of the UK’s climate change strategy and needs to be delivered at pace and scale.

The UK Government has commited to reducing economy-wide greenhouse gas emissions by at least 68% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels. In addition, a legal commitment to cut carbon emissions to net zero by 2050 has been made.

Solar farms currently occupy a minuscule proportion of UK land. With the five-fold increase in solar power that the Government has predicted is needed to meet net zero targets, solar farms would account for still only 0.3% of UK land, less than the amount currently used for golf courses.  This is an absurdly small area to help reduce the UK’s carbon footprint, displace use of extortionate fossil fuels, reduce electricity bills, benefit nature, and bolster the nation’s energy security.

The Process

Powering the Future.


Grid connection

Identify areas of available grid capacity within the UK by using heat maps and connection surgeries with local Distribution Network Operators (DNO) and the National Grid.



We search the area surrounding the available grid for land considering planning constraints, topographical orientation, suitable ground condition and surrounding infrastructure.


Landowner Partnership

Long-term partnerships are important to us. We build valued relationships with all landowners as we work closely throughout the next steps.


Pre-Planning Surveys

Consideration will be given to several factors including, environmental impact, landscape visual impact, heritage and archaeology, landscape ecology, biodiversity, agricultural land classification, construction traffic management, noise and flood risk.


The community

We are committed to ensuring that we remain open and engaged with the community. We host a local public consultation event as an opportunity to learn more about our proposal and to seek feedback, which will all be considered, evaluated and used to develop the final design.


Planning application

Further public consultation will be undertaken by the Local Planning Authority (LPA) when the planning application is registered.



The Local Planning Authority (LPA) will determine if the planning application is successful. If approved, there follows a judicial review period of six weeks from the determination date.


Construction & operation

Contractors will be selected accordingly. Dependant on size, the project will take approx. 6 to 12 months to construct. The project is then connected to the network creating an abundance of sustainable, clean energy to achieve a brighter future for us all.


Boom Power is dedicated to ensuring our activities do not negatively impact the environment in which we work. Our objective is to always achieve a biodiversity net gain, providing an overall increase in natural habitat and ecological features on all of our projects.

We recognise the importance of environmental protection and are committed to operating our business sustainably, responsibly and in full compliance with the statutory and regulatory bodies. We seek and implement independent ecologist advice to allow natural habitats to actively thrive.