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EDF Renewables

A world leader

EDF Renewables is a world leader in renewable energy electricity. The company develops, builds and operates clean energy power plants in more than 20 countries both for our own account and for third parties.

Its development is mainly focused on wind and solar photovoltaic power. EDF Renewables operates mostly in Europe and North America but is continuing to grow by moving into promising emerging regions such as Brazil, China, India, South Africa and the Middle East. The company has strong positions in offshore wind power, but also in other areas of the renewable energies industry such as energy storage.

EDF Renewables develops, builds, operates and maintains renewable energies projects, both for itself and for third parties.

As of June 30th 2020 the company’s gross installed capacity amounted to 13 287 MW worldwide, with net installed capacity standing at 8 184,9 MW and gross capacity under construction at 8 869 MW.

Strategy

EDF Renewables is a subsidiary of EDF, helping the Group to achieve its renewable energy goals. The EDF Group generates low-carbon electricity around the world and actively participates in the energy transition. It plans to double its renewable capacity by 2030, from 28 GW (including hydro) to 50 GW, as part of its strategic project “CAP 2030”.

Integrated skills

As an integrated operator with global reach, EDF Renewables covers the entire renewable energy chain, from development to operation and maintenance, and manages all project phases in-house. This enables us to control the quality and performance of our power plants and provide long-term support for our partners.

Development

  • Land search;
  • Energy yield assessment;
  • Environmental impact studies;
  • Consultation;
  • Project management: administrative, economic and technical coordination.
 

Construction

  • Engineering (electrical, acoustic, etc.);
  • Works management (programme management);
  • Procurement;
  • Logistics.
 

Asset management

  • Asset manager services;
  • Contractor relations;
  • Production monitoring;
  • Asset disposal.

Operation and Maintenance

  • Scheduled, corrective and preventive maintenance;
  • Purchasing / Inventory management and optimisation;
  • Supervision of power plants and production;
  • High-level engineering.

As part of its project development activity, the Group develops and sells structured assets, i.e. all or part of projects it has built, to third parties wishing to acquire these infrastructure assets.