Infinergy developed the 10MW Wear Point Wind Farm at a storage facility for LNG near Milford Haven

Infinergy in the UK

Infinergy has been developing wind energy projects in the UK since 2003. Our 500-MW track record represents a value of approximately £430m in successfully delivered projects, most of which have been acquired by third party investors. They vary greatly in size, from a single wind turbine to large wind farms of over 50 machines. The projects have been developed on sites ranging from farmland to large Scottish estates, as well as  sites for heavy industry. Currently Infinergy is working on a UK development pipeline of around 325MW, mainly in Scotland.

Infinergy in the Netherlands

Infinergy has strong ties with The Netherlands, having been part of Dutch wind developers KDE Energy before becoming an independent renewables company. Combined with a management that consists of Dutch nationals, Infinergy is in a good position to deliver renewables projects in The Netherlands as successfully as in the UK. At present Infinergy is preparing the construction of Windpark Ferrum at the Tata Steel plant in IJmuiden. A range of solar projects and other onshore wind opportunities are in a rapidly evolving pipeline, a number of which will progress to the planning stage in the foreseeable future.       

Infinergy will be constructing Windpark Ferrum at the Tata Steel site in line with Windpark Reijndersweg

Infinergy Pacific

Infinergy Pacific has been set up by Infinergy to develop solar and wind energy projects in Australia and New Zealand. The company successfully developed Metz Solar Farm, a 120-megawatt solar PV development near Armidale in New South Wales, which has been sold and is now under construction. Another large-scale solar project, Bookaar Solar Farm comprising 200MW, is going through the planning process in Victoria. Infinergy Pacific is building a portfolio of wind and solar projects to take forward, not only large scale but also looking at medium-size opportunities.