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Solarcentury Overview

London, England
51 to 200 employees
1998
Company - Private
Energy
£100 to £500 million (GBP) per year
Competitors

Bluefield Asset Management

Established in 1998, Solarcentury is a global solar power company that develops, constructs, owns and operates utility-scale solar and smart technology across Europe, Latin America and Africa.<br/><br/>Independent and headquartered in the UK, Solarcentury is known ... Read more

Mission: Established in 1998, Solarcentury is a global solar power company that develops, constructs, owns and operates utility-scale solar and smart technology across Europe, Latin America and Africa.<br/><br/>Independent and headquartered in the UK, Solarcentury is known ... Read more

Solarcentury Reviews

  • "Driven company"

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    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Manager in London, England
    Current Employee - Manager in London, England
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Solarcentury full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    Jeremy and Frans have led the company, inspiring the staff.
    Making a difference to climate change cause with every project we build.
    Opportunities are there for self development and improvement, if you seek them.
    Flexible working, and people don't take the mick as they're all so motivated.

    Cons

    Pay isn't amazing, but everything else makes up for it.
    Training/career progression may not come to you, but if you look for opportunities you're always encouraged.

    Advice to Management

    Hang onto the good guys, the experienced ones, even if they don't shout - proactively look after them otherwise you'll lose them. They're the core of SC's success. Ultimately people need salary progression, that is FAIR within the company and outside.
    Otherwise, keep up the good work!

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Solarcentury Photos

Solarcentury photo of: On site at Cabrera
Solarcentury photo of: 22nd Birthday Exercise challenge
Solarcentury photo of: Neil Perry accepting Clean Growth Award
Solarcentury photo of: Mexico Team - Escape Room
Solarcentury photo of: Climate Strike
Solarcentury photo of: Thijs at Vlagtwedde
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Solarcentury Interviews

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    Senior Receptionist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Solarcentury (London, England) in February 2019.

    Interview

    The role was reviewed after my application, but I was still considered for the role.

    Things seem to be going well until the final stage interview. Response was delayed twice, and the second time it was clear they were waiting for another candidate to accept.

    My rejection email was sent last thing on a Friday evening with a feedback that contradicted the response I got during my face to face interview.

    A few weeks after, the role became available again.

    Interview Questions

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Company Updates

  • Tadgh Cullen, Energy Storage Manager, examines barriers, progress and opportunities.

  • COVID-19

    Evert Vlaswinkel, MD for EMEA, considers the current challenges we face, how Solarcentury is adapting, and why now is the time for change.

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Solarcentury Awards & Accolades

  • UK’s fastest-growing renewables company, The Sunday Times Fast Track League, 2020

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