Solar panels with wildflowers

Alleston Solar Farm

A solar energy development of up to 49MW in Pembrokeshire

We have created this website to provide information about our emerging proposals and to enable people to contact us with questions and feedback.

This webpage will be kept updated as the project develops to keep you informed and to hear your views and ideas.

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About Alleston Solar Farm

We are developing proposals for a solar farm on approximately 100ha (247 acres) of agricultural land between Lamphey and Pembroke, close to the Pembroke Dock-Carmarthen railway line.

A map showing the proposed location for Alleston Solar Farm, between Pembroke and Lamphey

Solar power is a crucial technology to help overcome our energy security and climate challenges. If consented, the solar farm would contribute to the delivery of the UK, Welsh Government and Pembrokeshire County Council policy objectives, diversify the energy mix, and facilitate the transition to low carbon energy, whilst decreasing the dependency on fossil fuels. 

We believe the site has potential for export up to 49MW at peak capacity, powering up to 15,000 Welsh homes every year (based on average Welsh domestic consumption of 3,325kWh per year). 
The project will deliver a Community Benefit Fund over the course of its 40-year lifetime to benefit local projects and initiatives including education, energy efficiency, environmental improvements, and improved community facilities. 

Early Engagement

On 29 and 30 November 2023, we visited Pembroke, Lamphey and Pembroke Dock to present our proposals and hear your feedback. These are the materials that were on display at the exhibition. These will remain online in the project document section of the website throughout the planning process. 

The full size Constraints Map can be downloaded here.


You can provide feedback on the project through the Get In Touch page or contact us by email at, by post at FREEPOST Statkraft or by phone on 0800 772 0668.


What is happening?

Project updates

Get the latest updates and developments for Alleston Solar Farm, or contact the team using the contact form.

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Our aim is to have the least impact and provide the most benefit to the communities in which we operate.

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Project timeline

  • Stage 1: Site Selection

    Alleston Farm was selected following research to identify suitable sites. No public engagement was carried out during this time in case the site did not pass the criteria required for development.

  • Stage 2: Pre-planning

    Autumn 2023 Summer 2024

  • Stage 3: Submit Planning Application and Await Decision

    Summer 2024  


  • Stage 4: Construction


  • Stage 5: Operation



The project team

Headshot of Gui Zandomeneghi
Gui Zandomeneghi
Principal Project Manager, Solar
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Consuela Beauchamp-Davies
Assistant Project Manager
Seumas Skinner
Community Liaison Manager

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