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EDF Renewables UK will host a business breakfast for potential suppliers at Blancos Hotel, Port Talbot on Friday 7th July.

The event will highlight the opportunities arising from its renewable energy pipeline in and around Neath Port Talbot, offering companies the chance to hear from EDF Renewables UK procurement staff, as well as Neath Port Talbot Council Chief Executive Officer, Karen Jones.

EDF Renewables UK has a 2GW development pipeline in Wales and has recently opened a new office in Cardiff to support the delivery of its projects.

Simon Morgan, Principal Development Manager at EDF Renewables UK said:


“We are absolutely committed to playing a significant role in helping develop Wales’ energy potential whilst maximising the long term local benefits. With a significant development pipeline, now is the ideal time for local businesses to explore the opportunities available in the sector.


“We have exciting plans for Garn Fach, an 85MW Wind Farm in Powys, and Hirfynydd, a 100MW Renewable Energy Park in Neath Port Talbot including onshore wind, solar and battery.  We are also working with Octo Partners to develop solar in Neath Port Talbot.


“We want to ensure companies are able to understand the opportunities and processes sufficiently well to be able to take advantage of these developments.


“I would encourage any business based in the area to register and attend.”


EDF Renewables UK is also progressing plans for its 1GW joint venture with DP Energy, Gwynt Glas Floating Offshore Wind Farm in the Celtic Sea and which has the potential to help transform the region.

During the business breakfast, businesses will learn about EDF Renewables’ pipeline, procurement and support available.

To register for this free event, click here.




About EDF Renewables UK

EDF Renewables UK and Ireland ( is a subsidiary of EDF Group, one of the world’s largest low carbon electricity companies, and our investment and innovation is reducing costs for consumers and bringing significant benefits for communities.


With our operating portfolio of 41 renewable energy sites including battery, solar PV,  onshore and offshore wind (together totalling more than 1 GW) we are providing much needed affordable, low carbon electricity. We have an expanding portfolio with almost 10GW of projects in planning and development, including wind, battery and solar PV.


In Wales, EDF Renewables UK has big ambitions including the Garn Fach Wind Farm in Mid Wales and Hirfynydd Energy Park in South Wales. Our Welsh team has a wealth of experience in developing, building and operating renewable energy projects in Wales. We are proud to operate Llangwyryfon, our wind farm near Aberystwyth and the Cemmaes wind farm development near Machynlleth as well as building Porth Wen solar project in North Anglesey.


EDF Renewables UK is also partnering with Octo Partners to develop Eirlys Solar Farm in South Wales and with DP Energy to bring forward Gwynt Glas, a floating offshore wind farm in the Celtic Sea with a capacity of up to 1GW.