Rosefield Solar Farm is backed by EDF Renewables and PS Renewables, two companies with a long history in helping meet the country’s need for renewable energy.
EDF Renewables UK and Ireland is a subsidiary of EDF Group, one of the world’s largest low carbon electricity companies. We have an operating portfolio of 41 renewable energy sites, totalling more than 1.5 GW of electricity, across battery, onshore and offshore wind. Our contribution to the UK’s energy supply is set to expand further with almost 14 GW of projects in planning and development, including wind, battery and solar.
EDF Renewables invests for the long-term in the projects and communities where we operate. We remain involved in and committed to projects over their lifetime from development, construction and operation, all the way through to decommissioning.
We’re pleased to be working with PS Renewables, an established UK-based renewable energy development and construction company, with an existing solar portfolio totalling more than 850MW of electricity.
We have a strong track record of working jointly on solar projects and are also working closely with the Claydon Estate, the main owner of the land needed for Rosefield Solar Farm. Rosefield Solar Farm will play an important role in supporting the estate’s vision for a sustainable future.