Orsted UK is leading the world in offshore wind


We are a renewable energy company
that takes tangible action to create a world that runs entirely on green energy

What we do

From offshore wind farms and onshore wind farms to renewable hydrogen and waste-to-energy solutions, we're working on UK projects that will make our future green


Wind farm technicians at our operations base in Barrow-in-Furness

Benefits of renewable energy

Discover how offshore wind is transforming UK coastal communities 


Climate action now

It’s time to step up global action on climate change

COP26 is the most consequential climate event since the Paris Agreement


Ørsted awarded HRH The Prince of Wales’ Terra Carta Seal

The 2021 inaugural Terra Carta Seal recognises global companies that are driving innovation and demonstrating their commitment to, and momentum towards, the creation of genuinely sustainable markets. It is being awarded to companies whose ambitions are aligned with a recovery plan for Nature, People and Planet.

Orsted Careers

Careers at Ørsted

We offer a fulfilling and sustainable working life that enables high performance, long-term job satisfaction and well-being


Kite surfers walking together on Amager beach

Business customers

Power your business with renewable energy

Most sustainable company

Ørsted ranked the most
sustainable energy company
in the world - four years running

About us

Ørsted in the UK

Our renewable energy projects are helping to support UK net-zero targets and benefit the communities in which we operate.

Generating Energy

Our projects

We build offshore wind farms and onshore wind farms, launched the world's first waste-to-energy plant, and have completed our first standalone battery storage project.



Our success is a result of the people who have the talent, ambition, and drive to create a green and sustainable future.



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Capital Markets Day 2021

Capital Markets Day

Explore what we presented, including all presentation slides and a recording of the whole event.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021 photograph showing Cheetahs crossing the Talek Rivver in Kenya, © Buddhilini de Soyza, Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Our partnership with the Natural History Museum

Watch the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards 2021

Watch the 57th Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards Ceremony at the Natural History Museum. Marvel at the inspiring images that will feature in the remarkable exhibition in South Kensington, sponsored by Ørsted.