As one of the UK and Ireland’s leaders in developing wind projects, we've never been busier helping cut UK carbon emissions to nothing.
We develop, build, operate and maintain onshore and offshore wind farms
- EDF Renewables operates 37 onshore wind farms including our largest European onshore wind farm at Dorenell
- We're developing two major offshore wind projects at Codling Wind Park in Ireland and Neart na Goaithe in Scotland and have plans for a floating offshore wind development at Blyth
- At Garn Fach in Wales we're developing a 22 turbine onshore wind farm
Wind power is low carbon, plentiful and it will never run out, making it an important and reliable energy source
What is wind power?
Find out more about why we need wind power and the benefits of generating energy from wind.
How does wind power work?
Making use of the wind's power is nothing new – windmills have been used to power machinery for hundreds of years, but how exactly do turbines turn wind energy into electricity?
Our wind farms
EDF Renewables has 37 renewable energy sites and our portfolio is expanding with almost 4 GW of projects in planning and development.
A zero carbon mix to power the nation, whatever the weather
We're Britain's biggest generator of zero carbon electricity(1), find out how we generate zero carbon electricity from wind + nuclear + solar.