Solar Farm Project

Our projects

Operating and building renewable energy projects in the UK and Ireland.

Vantage RE owns and operates 908MW of renewable projects across the UK and Ireland. Our diverse team of experts are committed to delivering the highest quality projects with care. We bring together years of solar and wind power expertise to ensure our sites are well managed, optimised and maintained.

Our Projects

This map shows the types of renewable energy projects we currently own and operate, and their locations across the UK and Ireland. (It does not represent every individual location of our sites).

Map of UK renewable energy projects
Key: Offshore Wind Farms Offshore Wind Farms
Key: Onshore Wind Farms Onshore Wind farms
Key: Single Turbines Single Turbines
Key: Solar Farms Solar Farms
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Our work is informed by listening to local knowledge. Doing this helps us to deliver and manage better projects, and identify benefits that are meaningful for the area.

Working with communities
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Environmental responsibility

We want to demonstrate that renewable projects can be done in a way that not only offers genuine benefits to the neighbouring communities but enhances the local environment too.

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Project case studies

Solar Panels

Whiteside Hill onshore windfarm

  • 28.5MW  (10 x 2.85MW turbines)
  • Powering 25,000 homes annually
  • Displacement of approx.15,394 tonnes of CO2 per year compared to non-renewable fuels
  • 121.5 turbine tip height

Whiteside Hill is located 4.5 miles from the small towns of Sanquhar, Dumfries & Galloway. Constructed in 2018, Whiteside Hill is located in a mountainous and windy region with a potential 41.9% Capacity Factor. This means that the windfarm can almost match offshore capacity factors, but with less construction cost. The site efficiently harnesses the Scottish wind to generate clean reliable electricity.  

Wind Turbine

Blyth Offshore windfarm

Operated in partnership with EDF Renewables 

  • 41.5 MW 
  • 5x 8.3MW turbines
  • Powering up to 36,000 homes annually
  • 191.5 turbine tip height

Blyth is a small coastal wind farm located 0.5 miles off the coast of Blyth, Northumberland.
Constructed in 2017, Blyth is the first offshore wind farm to use float and submerge technology.
This means the wind turbines are supported with gravity-based foundations, which are transported by floating. This made it less costly to install, since foundations don’t need to be drilled into the seabed.

Solar Farm

Hill House Solar project

  • 28.3 MW 
  • Equivalent electrical needs of approx. 10,600 family homes annually
  • Displacement of approx. 6,800 tonnes of C02 per year compared to non-renewable fuel

Hill House solar project is located in Gloucestershire in the South West of England. As well as providing clean renewable energy, the site offers environmental benefits as well as providing a Community Benefit Contribution (CBC). Projects supported in the past years include contributions to the construction of a children's play area, repairs on local church windows and roof renovations on a local social club, offering a significant contribution to the nearby community of Slimbridge. 

Developing renewable energy for a brighter future

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