Overview & Benefits

Our goal is to develop offshore wind projects that will make a valuable contribution towards decarbonisation goals
Offshore wind turbines can be located far out at sea where wind is stronger and more consistent
High yield and capacity factors can be achieved offshore, providing a very competitive Levelised Cost of Energy (LCoE)
It is possible to transport and install much bigger turbines by vessel, more power per turbine can be generated offshore
Minimises or eliminates the visual impact from the coastline as locations are further out to sea
Offshore Wind Potential Offshore Wind Potential

Offshore Wind Potential

Offshore wind has become a favoured form of renewable energy generation.

It has the potential to produce 7% – 11% of the EU’s electricity demand by 2030 (a fraction of the resource potential available in European sea basins) and has the potential to provide 80% to 180% at a competitive cost of EUR65/MWh or below.

Up to 45% of this energy is identified as coming from offshore wind. Therefore to capitalise on Europe’s full offshore wind potential, offshore wind as well as fixed foundation solutions will be required.

7- 11%
of the EU’s electricity demand by 2030
80- 180%
at a competitive cost of EUR65/MWh or below
Up to 45%
of energy is identified as coming from wind

Offshore Wind Projects

Erebus | Blue Gem Wind

96MW floating offshore wind farm in the Welsh waters of the Celtic Sea

UK
UK
Krimisa and Messapia Floating Offshore Wind

The Messapia project, located about 30km off the Otranto coast in Italy, will have a total capacity of 1.3 GW and will be able to provide annual power generation of about 3.8 TWh. The Krimisa project, located about 45km off the coast of Crotone in Italy, will have a total capacity of 1.1 GW and […]

Emerald Floating Wind

1.3 GW floating offshore wind farm to help create a clean, sustainable future for Ireland

Ireland
Ireland
Western Star Floating Wind

1.35 GW floating offshore wind farm located 35km off the coast of Co. Clare, Ireland

Ireland
Ireland
IberBlue Wind

IberBlue Wind is a joint venture specialized in the design, development and management of floating offshore wind farms that will operate in the Iberian market. Made up of the Irish company Simply Blue Group, a leader in the early-stage development of floating offshore wind, Spanish companies Proes Consultores, the engineering division of the Grupo Amper, […]

Salamander Floating Wind

World’s first combined floating wind and green hydrogen project off the east coast of Scotland

UK
UK