As the consortium Brigg Vind, we are developing a bottom-fixed offshore wind farm at Sørlige Nordsjø II in Norway with capacity of up to 1.5 GW for the first round of area awards taking place in 2023. With strong local anchoring and global experience, we will develop and deliver a sustainable offshore wind project that creates positive local impacts.
Vårgrønn is project manager for the Sørlige Nordsjø II.
Visit the Brigg Vind website to learn more about the project.
Vårgrønn has teamed up with Equinor to develop floating offshore wind at Utsira Nord in Norway. We are a Norwegian partnership with a track record in planning, developing and operating offshore wind in Norway and internationally. Together we own 60 percent of Dogger Bank in the UK, the world’s largest offshore wind farm under construction. At Utsira, we will build a floating offshore wind farm that contributes to establishing a local Norwegian supply chain for offshore wind that can compete internationally.
Vårgrønn has a 20% interest in Dogger Bank. Once completed in 2026, Dogger Bank will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm. The three phases of the project (A, B and C) will have a combined installed capacity of 3.6 GW. Phase A of Dogger Bank starts operations in 2023.
Visit the Dogger Bank website to learn more about the project.
Green Volt is a floating wind frontrunner project designed to deliver power from 2027. Green Volt will enable early decarbonisation of offshore oil and gas platforms in Scotland, while creating green power to the UK grid.
Green Volt is developed for the Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG)-tender in Scotland in 2023.
Visit the Green Volt website to learn more about the project.
Set to be one of the world’s largest floating windfarms when operational, Cenos is a frontrunner project designed to deliver power by 2028. Cenos will contribute to early decarbonisation of offshore oil and gas platforms in Scotland, while creating 5.5TWh annually of green power to the UK grid.
Cenos is developed for the Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG)-tender in Scotland in 2023.
Visit the Cenos website to learn more about the project.
Vårgrønn and renewable energy developer European Energy in May 2023 announced a long-term strategic partnership to jointly pursue offshore wind opportunities in the Baltic Sea within Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia.
We will work jointly across the whole offshore wind lifecycle, from development and financing, through to construction and operation. European Energy is present in all three Baltic states with offices and a pipeline of onshore renewable energy projects, and the company has developed and constructed several wind parks in Lithuania.
Together, we will work closely with local stakeholders to create offshore wind projects that meet countries' energy security and decarbonisation ambitions, while creating local jobs and safeguarding nature and the interests of other users of the sea.