At DONG Energy, our mission is to develop energy systems that are green, independent and economically viable - and every day we're working hard to transform the energy landscape.


Offshore wind power

Since 2006, we have transformed from one of the most coal-intensive utilities in Europe to become a global leader in renewable energy. In the UK, we are the market leader in deploying and operating offshore wind farms.


Find out more about offshore wind


Reducing the cost of renewable energy

By 2020, we aim to reduce the cost of offshore wind power by 35-40%. This would take offshore electricity costs down to €100/MWh.


As experts in both renewable electricity generation and supply, we have created renewable energy products that will help your business achieve its sustainability objectives. These can be integrated with any electricity contract provided by DONG Energy. Whether your objective is carbon reduction, sustainability or reducing costs, we will work with you to find a solution that meets your needs. 


DONG Energy also supplies renewable energy without the premium, putting renewable 'green' contracts on an equal footing with ‘brown’ contracts. We believe that by making this investment on behalf of UK companies, we can help to bring businesses closer to a sustainable energy future. Read more


Our fuel mix

A fuel mix is the ratio of different fuels or energy sources used to generate the electricity supplied, including electricity from the wholesale market. Each year, energy suppliers are required to publish information about their fuel mix.

The information in the table below shows DONG Energy's fuel mix, along with the UK average, for the period from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017. This is broken down as a percentage of electricity produced from each source, along with the environmental impact.


DONG EnergyAverage for UK
Coal  00.0%  8.5%
Natural gas  00.0%44.1%
Nuclear  00.0%21.1%
Renewables 100.0%24.2%
Other fuels  00.0%    2.2%
Total  100% 100%


DONG Energy environmental impact
Carbon dioxide emissions00.0 CO2 g/KWh
Radioactive waste     00.0 g/KWh