Brockwell Energy Limited were formed in 2017 to raise investment capital to develop an £800 million portfolio of energy projects, predominantly in Scotland, on and around former coal mining sites.

What are we doing?

Brockwell’s focus is on a range of renewable technologies, including Energy-from-Waste (EfW) and onshore wind. We are also keen to explore the investment opportunities around other exciting projects such as solar photovoltaics (PV), battery storage and hydrogen, and other flexible generation assets to support the government’s drive towards a low-carbon economy.

Why are we doing it?

At the heart of our mission to produce clean, renewable energy are the communities in which we hope to develop and invest. As a responsible, people-focused company, we are committed to creating projects that bring long-term community benefits. This includes job creation, land restoration, public access, recreational opportunities and ecological enhancement.

How are we doing it?

Here at Brockwell we recognise the sensitive nature of some of our projects and that’s why we take the utmost care and consideration from the initial design phase through to completion. It also means the potential impacts of landscape aesthetics, public access, noise levels and local ecology are always at the forefront of our minds. Paramount to all our energy projects is our desire to be open, transparent and accessible. We pledge to proactively seek to engage with communities, groups, stakeholders and statutory bodies through dialogue, consultation and press coverage.