EDF Renewable Energy

At EDF Renewable Energy, we create real value from the power of wind, earning our partner's respect and confidence, and delivering the best possible services and results.

Our Project Development team is dedicated to creating value by managing projects from origination throughcommercial operation and beyond to long-term operations and maintenance. We work constructively with owners and developers to simplify the process by consolidating all the service involved in project development.  We develop the project, secure financing, manage the physical assets over the life of the project, and provide operations and maintenance support to ensure the long-term sustainability of the project.

Featured Articles & Products

  • Wind Farm

    EDF to supply Southern Minnesota Municipal Power Agency with 100 MW of wind energy

    EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE) has signed an agreement to supply Southern Minnesota Municipal Power Agency (SMMPA) with 100 MW of wind energy from the Stoneray Wind Project in Minnesota beginning in 2020. Construction is expected to commence in early 2018 with an anticipated commercial operation date (COD) of December 2018. Stoneray Wind Project, located [Read More]

  • Great Western Wind Project

    EDF sells 50% stake of Great Western Wind Project to Alliant

    EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE) announced the signing of the Purchase and Sale Agreement by which Alliant Energy Corporation will acquire a 50% ownership interest in the 225-MW Great Western Wind Project. Completion of the transaction is subject to regulatory approval and customary conditions precedent. “EDF RE is a renewable energy leader and we are [Read More]

  • Webinar: Increase your AEP with Wind Vortex Generators

    Free, informative webinar with EDF Renewable Services and 3M – Watch On Demand   Due to shape and operation limitations, the blades of large pitch-regulated wind turbines often have suboptimal aerodynamic properties at the root. This frequently leads to undesired airflow separation – known as aerodynamic stall – and can have a significant impact on [Read More]

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