Parslows has advised SunWorks on its agreement with Jersey Electricity to roll out commercial-scale solar panel installations in Jersey.
The first development site is at Woodside Farm which is nearing completion, while Jersey Dairy has also granted a 25-year lease to JEC to operate solar panels on its roof, potentially generating 500,000 units of electricity annually.
This will be the largest solar panel array in the Channel Islands, and could generate enough power for almost 70 homes a year and could be the start of a wave of utility scale solar installations in Jersey.
"I was delighted to advise SunWorks on this ground-breaking collaboration with Jersey Electricity and look forward to being able to continue to support Jersey's renewable energy industry moving forward," David Hill, who led the transaction on behalf of Parslows, said.
Sunworks Director Mark Brandon added: "JE's involvement in local commercial solar generation is a big step and we were very grateful to David Hill of Parslows for his thoroughness and advice on the deal."
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