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The world's largest independent renewable energy company with over 16 GW portfolio and the expertise to develop, engineer, construct, finance, and operate projects around the globe.
RES is active in a range of energy technologies including onshore and offshore wind, solar, energy storage and transmission and distribution.
#1: Our vision is to be a leader in the transition to a future where everyone has access to affordable zero carbon energy.
#4: Embedding our business, environment, reputation and social principles into our operations, products, and services is powering positive change.
We're the ideal partner for commercial and industrial clients, project developers, asset owners, and communities.
We've included some of our key milestones in this timeline and look forward to adding many more in the years ahead.
Royal Caribbean signs PPA, taking RES' corporate PPA portfolio over 1GW.
Construction began on the Murra Warra Wind Farm in Australia, which, when fully constructed, will be one of the largest in the southern hemisphere.
Broxburn Energy Storage energised, meaning RES' global storage portfolio reached 300MW.
with the portfolio of developed and/or constructed increasing to over 13 GW, displacing 17 million tonnes of carbon each year.
with companies including General Mills, Telstra, Puget Sound and General Motors.
Australia’s third largest wind farm has 75 turbines and a capacity of 240 MW.
for utility scale energy storage.
to power its data centres from the Bluestem wind farm developed and constructed by RES.
integrated with solar park in Somerset for Western Power Distribution.
in the third round of the French tender.
totaling 39.6 MW (15.6 MWh) in Illinois, US.
A speciality electrical contractor, to supplement our transmission works.
with US electric utility for the RES-developed 149 MW Deerfield wind project.
in Colorado, US, one of the largest solar facilities east of the Rocky Mountains.
in Ararat, Australia, third largest in the Southern hemisphere.
became operational in Ohio, US.
Developed and constructed totalling 810 MW.
in Texas, US
214-mile (345 km), 230 kV.
having provided development, engineering, & construction services to Centrica for this project.
Developed RESolve energy management system.
First to provide met mast O&M services.
St Brieuc development in Brittany, France
10 MW Rutley solar project.
Constructed in Webberville, Texas, US.
Operation of first solar project in France.
Havsnäs wind project, the largest onshore wind project in Sweden at the time.
awarded to Dr. Ian Mays, RES CEO, by the European wind Energy Association.
Began development of wind and solar projects.
to develop and complete Centrica's 194 MW Lynn and Inner Dowsing.
at British Renewable Energy Awards.
in creating sustainable buildings by integrating renewable generation and energy saving technologies.
10 MW Hornberget wind project.
60 MW Whirlwind wind project in Texas.
Developed at Pampilhosa da Serra, Portugal.
for redevelopment of RES headquarters, powered by renewable energy.
Start development of renewable energy projects.
Began development of both offshore wind projects on behalf of Centrica.
Wigton wind project in Jamaica.
On the Plateau Ardechois.
63.7 MW Nine Canyon wind project built.
by the Royal Academy of Engineering for Dr. Ian Mays, RES CEO for pioneering work in wind energy.
Largest wind project in Ireland.
Largest wind project in France.
13.2 MW Lendrum's Bridge and 26 MW Altahullion wind projects. RES & B9 Energy double N. Ireland's wind energy capacity.
278 MW King Mountain wind project in Texas.
60 MW Cameron Ridge wind project, developed & constructed.
California, US. Constructed for a third-party firm.
Designed & built in the UK and installed in Slievenahanaghan, Co. Antrim.
Designed & installed in the UK.
Operational at Carland Cross in Cornwall.
Moved beyond designing turbine technology to developing UK wind projects.
A small team within Sir Robert McAlpine began innovative wind turbine engineering.