Ormonde Offshore Wind Farm

Investing towards net zero

We have a £10bn plus UK pipeline in wind power, interconnection, power distribution and district heating. 

The net zero carbon ambitions of the UK are closely aligned with our own of enabling fossil free living within a generation. That close alignment means we are ready to support UK leadership in tackling the climate crisis with major long term capital investment.

Our investments across the UK are focussed on this energy transition - to make it easier to deliver fossil free infrastructure fit for the future.

We believe partnership will drive the transformation. 

Investing in net zero for a fossil free future.

Opinion pieces

Low carbon heating

Can the UK's switch to low carbon heating start right now?

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Vattenfall in the UK

Engineering solutions to heat homes and buildings

Bringing low carbon heating solutions to developers and cities in the UK.

Ormonde Offshore Wind Farm

Planning projects to deliver electricity to more than 3.9mn UK homes.

Worker at Boden Hydro Plant
Vattenfall

Vattenfall Networks Ltd own and maintain electric network infrastructure.

See also

Kittiwake
Mark Lewis

Flying colours – Using colour-ringing on birds to improve our understanding of the impact of offshore wind developments on kittiwakes

A desk-based feasibility study to better understand how Black-legged Kittiwake populations will respond to potential mortality induced by offshore windfarms will kick-off this autumn.

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Vattenfall proposes new wind energy project in Argyllshire

Vattenfall is in the early stages of exploring the development of a wind farm at Musdale in Argyllshire. The project is around 9km south east of Oban and will consist of up to 26 turbines wi...

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Ormonde Offshore Wind Farm Construction

Vattenfall's response to the Prime Minister’s Ten Point Plan for a green industrial revolution

Response to the Prime Minister’s Ten Point Plan for a green industrial revolution by Danielle Lane, UK Country Manager for Vattenfall.

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