Moray Offshore Renewables Limited (MORL) is a joint venture between two leading European Energy Companies: EDP Renewables (EDPR UK) and Repsol Nuevas Energias UK.
EDPR UK is a wholly owned subsidiary of EDP Renawables which is a world leader in the renewable energy sector. It is the world’s third largest wind energy company with 7,163 MW of wind power in 11 countries across three broad geographic areas: Europe, North America and South America. It currently owns and operates more than 180 wind farms in Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Poland, Romania, the United States and Brazil. It also has various wind projects in different stages of construction and development in Italy and Canada and is actively engaged in expanding its activities into other countries.
This unparalleled achievement has resulted in the company gaining extensive experience in the design, development, operation and maintenance of wind farms. Such experience is coupled with the skill and knowledge of its parent company EDP Group which has an extensive and diversified generation, distribution, supply and retail portfolio. EDP Group owns and operates more than 18GW of power generation and supplies 70TWh of electricity to nearly 10 million customers in Spain, Portugal and Brazil as well as 25GWh of gas to 800,000 customers in Spain and Portugal.
Repsol Nuevas Energias UK is a wholly owned subsidiary of Repsol Nuevas Energias is a major integrated energy company headquartered in Spain. It is a Fortune 500 company with a turnover in the region of 60 billion Euros. The company’s history is in hydrocarbons, both upstream - in development and production – and downstream, in refining, marketing, trading and transportation. In 2010 Repsol recognised the importance of renewable energies and Repsol Nuevas Energias was formed. In June 2011, Repsol Nuevas Energias UK was established following Repsol’s purchase of 100% of SeaEnergy Renewables Limited. Repsol Nuevas Energias new UK headquarters in Edinburgh is responsible for all UK offshore wind activities and will become its centre of expertise for offshore renewables.