The way we power our society is changing for the better.
Aura Power develops renewable energy projects across the globe, helping communities benefit from the transition to renewables.
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We work closely with local stakeholders to provide local benefits in the communities that host our solar farms. We believe that better change happens together.
Global declines in biodiversity mean we are now in an ecological crisis. That is why we do everything we can to enhance the natural environment and bolster biodiversity.
Generating power from fossil fuels has depleted our environment for too long and we now face a global energy transition to renewable energy sources for a cleaner future.
We believe the transition away from traditional energy sources to renewable ones is a really exciting one.
Headquartered in Bristol in the United Kingdom we develop large-scale solar and battery storage projects in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Lithuania, Canada and the United States of America.
Solar is now the cheapest form of electricity in history. Along with suitable methods of energy storage such as batteries, we can help power the transition to net zero.
We follow three key mission goals when developing our sites: tackle climate change, enhance the natural environment and engage with local communities along the way.
We are joint venture partners with ib vogt, a global engineering firm with over 80 operational solar farms worldwide.
In early September, the British energy sector was rocked by the news of the first ever failed auction for offshore wind development. The causes and consequences of this event are also relevant to Lithuania, which this summer selected a developer for the Baltic Sea Wind Farm, but continues to complicate the development of commercial solar farms.Learn MoreRead More
The Spinter Research survey published in July was probably the first time in Lithuania's history to measure the country's population's preference for different methods of electricity generation. Solar energy was not only the most supported, but also equally positive regardless of age, education, income or place of residence of the respondents.Learn MoreRead More