Offshore wind farms

Wind power stations in the open sea

Offshore wind farms: powerful installations in the open sea

Currently, most wind-generated electricity is still produced onshore, but more and more powerful offshore wind farms (wind turbines in the open sea) are going online. They are more accepted by the public and the wind yield is higher, since winds are stronger and more consistent in the open sea.

innogy has been operating offshore wind turbines since 2004. By planning, constructing and operating these wind farms, we were able to gain a wealth of experience in the fledgling offshore sector at a very early stage. Today, innogy is among the leading offshore wind farm operators in Europe.

Together with our partners, we operate wind farms off the UK, German and Belgian coasts.

Lighthouse project Nordsee Ost

Lighthouse project Gwynt y Môr

Interesting facts about offshore wind farms

Stormy growth off the coast

Together with our partners we are currently expanding our offshore portfolio with these projects.

Construction project Nordsee One (DE)

Construction Project Galloper

Working offshore

An engineer is working on a wind turbine in lofty heights. The enormous dimensions of a wind turbine can be clearly seen in this picture.

Numerous new roles have been created in the offshore wind farm sector: we have specialists for all relevant technical components of offshore wind farms on board as well as for the building ground, calculation of wind yield or logistics. We have also built up our expertise in the legal and commercial side of the business, for example in financing and risk management.

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Your contact person for offshore wind farms

Sarah Knauber

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