Highfield Energy develops, constructs, owns and operates electricity generation projects with a particular focus on renewables. Possessing significant technical and market expertise Highfield Energy optimises potential developments in order to provide the highest quality results.
Highfield Energy has a proven track record of working in partnership with developers, landowners and wider project stakeholders to promote sustainable energy sources.
We currently have over 1 GW of utility-scale wind, solar photovoltaic (PV) and energy storage projects within our portfolio.
If you are a landowner who is are interested in developing wind assets in Ireland in partnership with Highfield Energy, please visit our Highfield Renewable Energy web page for more details.
Highfield Renewable Energy is a wholly Irish company with offices in Wexford and in Dublin. We are a joint venture with Temporis Aurora, whose main investor is the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF), part of the Irish Government’s National Treasury Management Agency.
Early Stage Development
Highfield Energy completes a wide range of services to bring portfolios from conception through the development stages. This includes prospective site screenings, feasibility assessments, third party landowner liaison and outline civil & electrical designs.
Highfield Energy ensure all the requisite regulatory, technical and environmental consents are in place for a structured transition to the construction financing stage. This includes the management of planning applications, grid connection applications and all associated third party surveys.
PreConstruction & Construction Management
Projects are progressed through the tendering, financing, contracting and construction stages by Highfield Energy. Significant industry expertise and experience is used to progress engineering design reviews, procurement strategies, tender/contract document preparation & evaluation, risk analysis and construction supervision services.
Highfield Energy monitors and actively manages the operational fleet in order to minimise outages and maximise energy capture.