Our UK renewable power generation, at a glance

Opus Energy is committed to sustainability – last year, 90% of the energy supplied to our customers came from renewable sources, at no extra cost.

We don’t just supply energy, however. We also buy energy from renewable generators across the UK.

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Note: each pin is indicative of location and type of generator – not number of generators (or our illustrated map would be a little crowded)

The generators that we partner with come from a wide range of backgrounds, from businesses that specialise in running generator farms, to community schemes, sports clubs and even a zoo. We help our customers set up a generator, such as a wind turbine, AD plant or solar panels, so they can become self-sufficient by generating their own energy.

They can also choose to set up a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with us – meaning we buy back their energy so they can make some extra money,while we get more renewable energy to pass back to our customers.

In total, our partnered generators have a combined capacity of 560 MW.

With generators from Cornwall to Scotland, we’re helping to reduce the carbon intensity of the energy network while providing clean, responsibly-sourced energy to our customers.

If you’d like to find out more about how we support independent generators, from our competitive rates to on-hand help from our service team, click here.

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The numbers:

Opus Energy is currently working with a total of 2,300 UK-based renewable energy generators, with…

1,158 solar generators

997 wind generators

69 hydropower generators

47 combined heat and power stations

38 anaerobic digestion units

1 landfill gas generator

Hear from a few of Opus Energy’s renewable generator customers by visiting our website here.

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