All press releases

Format: 26/06/2022
Format: 26/06/2022
Sutton Bridge solar farm is in Lincolnshire and will be able to generate renewable electricity for more than 9,800 households when it goes live at the end of this year.
Thursday, April 28, 2022

Construction begins on solar farm at Sutton Bridge

Construction is underway on the 49.9 MW Sutton Bridge Solar Farm, EDF Renewables’ first major solar project in the UK which will be capable of generating renewable electricity for more than 9,800 households.
Pivot Power’s Kemsley battery storage site
Thursday, March 17, 2022

Pivot Power announces planning approval for two new battery storage sites in Luton and Cornwall to supercharge a smarter energy grid

Pivot Power, part of EDF Renewables, has won planning approval for two new grid-scale battery storage facilities in Sundon, Luton, and Indian Queens, Cornwall, that will help to support the transition to a decarbonised electricity system and accelerate the UK’s net zero future. 
Tees Green Hydrogen
Wednesday, March 9, 2022

New green hydrogen project by EDF Renewables UK and Hynamics comes to Teesside

EDF Renewables UK and Hynamics, a subsidiary of  EDF Group specialising in hydrogen, are announcing plans to invest significantly in their Teesside operation, supporting local and national government aspirations to regenerate Tees Valley by investing in decarbonisation.
Invinity Energy Systems flow battery at Energy Superhub Oxford
Wednesday, February 23, 2022

“Game-changing” long-duration energy storage projects to store power in hydrogen, compressed air and next-gen batteries win UK Government backing

EDF UK has received £2 million in funding from the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to support four innovative methods of storing energy for longer periods of time. 
Lackareagh Wind Farm could power more than 35,000 homes
Wednesday, February 16, 2022

EDF Renewables Ireland announces plans for c.50MW Clare wind farm

EDF Renewables Ireland is announcing plans to develop a c.50MW wind farm on land to the east of Broadford in Co. Clare. The proposed Lackareagh Wind Farm, which could power more than 35,000 homes*, will be located in the townlands of Killeagy and Shannaknock.