EDF Renewables UK and Ireland is a subsidiary of EDF Group and one of the world’s largest low carbon electricity companies. EDF’s global renewables platform develops, builds and operates renewable power generation and battery storage assets. In the UK and Ireland, EDF Renewables has over 2GW of assets in operation or under construction across offshore wind, onshore wind, solar and battery storage, as well as a development pipeline exceeding 10GW.
EDF Renewables UK is already providing much needed low carbon electricity, with two operational offshore windfarms, Teesside and Blyth and with Neart na Goaithe becoming fully operational in 2024. In France, EDF Renewables has one operational wind farm, St Nazaire with Fécamp and is building France’s first floating demonstration project, Provence Grand Large, expected to be fully operational in 2024.
In April 2023, Mark Drakeford, First Minister of Wales officially opened EDF Renewables newest office in Cardiff. The office opening signifies our continued investment in Wales and to employing a skilled local workforce. Located in the heart of the Welsh capital, it will serve as our central base in South Wales. This is in addition to our existing Service Centre in Aberystwyth which supports the operation of Cemmaes and Llangwyryfon Onshore Wind Farms.