Generating energy

We build and run wind farms across the UK, and we run a large fleet of low carbon nuclear power stations and a smaller fleet of coal and gas stations. We are building a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point and are planning a second at Sizewell.

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Renewable energy

EDF Renewables is a joint venture between EDF Renewables Group (EDF’s global renewable business) and EDF Energy.  

We’re one of the UK’s leading renewable energy companies, owning 35 wind farms – including two offshore wind farms – and one of the largest operational battery storage units in Europe.

Nuclear New Build

We strongly believe that nuclear has a key role to play in providing reliable, low carbon and affordable energy to the UK, helping to meet future demand. That's why we are investing in Nuclear New Build projects.

Daily plant status

Find out which reactors at our eight nuclear power stations are in service and what they are generating.

This information is updated on weekdays.

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Visit a power station

Drop into one of our visitor centres, where we have interactive exhibitions to help you learn more about power generation. You can also book a free tour of any of our nuclear power stations.

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Join us...

...on a series of video tours at one of our nuclear power stations, and meet the people behind the power.

Discover how nuclear energy produces electricity for your home

Shrink to the size of an atom and journey with us to the core of a nuclear reactor. Using virtual reality and CGI animation you can travel where no one has gone before. 

Latest news and community updates

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Corriemoillie Wind Farm
Wednesday, April 26, 2017

A trio of new wind farms to add to EDF Energy Renewables’ growing number in the UK

EDF Energy Renewables (EDF ER) has achieved a UK wind farm hat trick.  The company has added another three wind farms to its existing UK portfolio. Pearie Law in West Lothian, Corriemoillie in the Highlands and Beck Burn near Carlisle are all now up and running and generating electricity.

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Our fuel mix

Every year we must publish details of the fuel sources that have been used to generate the electricity we supply to our customers. The information in the table below covers our supply licence for EDF Energy Customers plc for the period from April 2017 to March 2018. Our customers' electricity is sourced from our own UK power stations, the wholesale energy market and other independent power generators.  We are a major supporter of independent renewable generators.

 CoalGasNuclearRenewableOtherCO2 g/kWhRadioactive waste g/kWh
EDF Energy's fuel mix7.55%9.39%71.21%11.66%0.19%1040.0050
Contribution to our carbon emissions66.60%32.20%0.0%0.0%1.20%  
UK average fuel mix7.64% 41.24%20.01%29.04%2.07%2250.0014

The figures for UK average fuel mix are provided by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Depending on the tariff you are on, the fuel source and carbon emissions associated with the generation of your electricity may vary. For more information on our fuel mix, visit edfenergy.com/fuelmix

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