EDF Energy Renewables – a joint venture between EDF Energy and EDF Energies Nouvelles – uses the natural, renewable resource of the wind to provide the UK with competitively priced, low carbon energy. By 2020, the current UK Government wants 15% of the UK’s energy to come from renewables, and the Scottish Government is aiming for 100%. Combining the experience and expertise of both companies, EDF Energy Renewables is in the perfect position to support and drive the country’s new generating capacity – helping to meet the country’s growing demand for safe, low carbon energy.

What we look for

In Renewables, you’ll need to be an open-minded, experienced engineer from a similarly large, complex industrial environment. A Project Delivery Engineer, Project Manager or Process Safety Lead who thinks strategically, has a clear view of the bigger picture and is willing to go the extra mile. What’s more, as a seasoned people manager, you’ll be just as at ease working with teams, sharing innovative ideas and delivering to targets.

Engineering insights

We employ over 15000 people in the UK and have a very diverse, multidisciplinary workforce. Our energy mix means we are able to provide opportunities for professionals from all walks of life to experience working for EDF Energy. This video shows three of our engineering employees sharing their experiences in their day to day roles, their professional development and a career they can feel good about.


Redcar (offshore) in the county of Teesside, 27 turbines under construction with expected generation of 2.3MW each, 80m tower height, total height 126m. Commissioning date July 2013.

Fallago Rig in Duns in the Scottish Borders, 48 turbines under construction with expected generation of 3MW each. Commissioning date March 2013.

Glassmoor Ext in Whittlesey in Cambridgeshire, 6 turbines under construction with expected generation of 2.05MW each. Commissioning date March 2013.