Fred. Olsen Renewables is a developer, owner, and operator in renewable energy with history back to the mid-1990s
Based on a solid position in UK and Scandinavia with 12 operating wind farms and one under construction, we are expanding into new countries and new technologies. An increased focus on renewable energy development over the last few years has led to a total project pipeline of ~4 GW in onshore and offshore wind. In addition, we are developing several prospects within both wind energy and solar energy.
At Fred. Olsen Renewables we take our environmental responsibilities just as seriously as we do generating electricity.
It is embedded in Fred. Olsen Renewables' culture to maintain a sustainable business model and to minimise the environmental footprint in all our activities.
Fred. Olsen Renewables is wholly owned by the listed (Oslo Stock Exchange) company Bonheur ASA.
Our wind farms
Fred. Olsen Renewables own and operate 12 wind farms with more than 300 turbines in UK, Norway, and Sweden. The power our wind farms produced in 2020 corresponds to a Green House Gas (GHG) reduction of estimated 800 000 tonnes CO2 equivalents.
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Fred. Olsen Renewables is 100% EU taxonomy aligned. Key Facts:
Fred. Olsen Renewables steps back from Moray wind farm site
Announcing that they will not be progressing with the development of Glenfiddich Wind Farm Read more
Windy Standard repowering plans submitted to Scottish Government
Leading independent renewable developer Fred. Olsen Renewables has applied to the Scottish Government for permission to repower… Read more
Scawd Law Wind Farm plans submitted
Submitted proposal set to deliver substantial social and economic opportunities. Read more