Renewable Energy
Harnessing the power of nature
The Netherlands
The Netherlands

About Infinergy

Infinergy is an independent renewable energy company, developing large, medium and small-scale onshore wind and solar PV projects in the UK, The Netherlands and Australia.


Infinergy is currently developing a wind and solar portfolio of around 1000MW


Infinergy became wholly owned by its management in 2017


Infinergy has been developing renewables projects since 2003


We are always looking for new sites. If you are interested in hosting a wind or solar project on your land, please get in touch, we will be delighted to discuss opportunities with you

Track Record

Around 500MW consented in the UK

Infinergy has gained planning permission for around 500MW of onshore wind projects in the UK, with an overall success rate of 80% in planning

120MW consented in Australia

In a record time of 18 months, Infinergy obtained planning permission for the 120MW Metz Solar Farm in New South Wales. More projects are underway, in New South Wales as well as Victoria

Wind projects for industrial sites

Infinergy built up significant expertise in developing and constructing wind farms for industrial sites. The safety case undertaken for the 8.2MW Wear Point Wind Farm at an LNG facility in Wales was unprecedented in the UK at the time

Investors in Infinergy projects

Infinergy is developing 325MW of onshore wind with JV partners Boralex. Other investors in Infinergy projects include EDF Energy, Belltown Power/Greencoat, Eneco UK, John Laing, Sovereign Renewables, Energy4All and WWS.

Contracts for Difference

Infinergy achieved Contracts for Difference of £82.50 per MWh for 2 Scottish wind farm projects in the first round of CfD auctions in 2015

FIT portfolio

Infinergy delivered a range of 10 single 500kW wind turbine projects under the Government’s Feed In Tariff (FIT) programme. One of them powers a recycling plant, negating the need for diesel generators

Introducing EWT in the UK

Infinergy was the first company in the UK to achieve project finance for and install wind turbines by now well-known turbine manufacturer EWT

Powering a local school

Infinergy’s management developed and run a 24kW community owned solar array on the roof of the Ringwood Waldorf School. The school uses the generated electricity. Excess electricity is sold to Scottish Power.


Boralex consolidates its presence in the United Kingdom by acquiring Infinergy
Boralex Europe General Manager Nicolas Wolff with Infinergy management Esbjorn...
Limekiln improvements given the nod
Following the decision by The Highland Council not to object...
Limekiln Extension given the green light
Following the Public Local Inquiry last June, Scottish Ministers have...