Ocean Winds in numbers

EDPR and ENGIE share a common vision that renewables, in particular offshore wind farms, will play a key role in the global energy transition.

Decarbonization, digitalization, decentralization.

Offshore wind is a young yet mature technology with significant potential to be captured in coming years

OW has a strategic advantage and is well-positioned to play a leading role in the offshore market 

1.5 GW

Operation

0.9 GW

Under construction

12.2 GW

In Development

14.6 GW

Total gross capacity

Considering 100% of offshore wind farm projects

OW has a clear investment framework and ambitious growth targets

Supporting very ambitious growth targets (Gross GWs)

OW Creation
2020
Target
2025

Under construction /Operational

Under advanced development

OW offshore wind farms

Top-5 Offshore wind developers

7 secured markets

At least 9 new potential geographies identified

OW’s current markets show strong potential for offshore wind farms and there are also other promising markets already identified

Around 40GW of new offshore wind farm capacity to be deployed by 2030 in markets in which ENGIE or EDPR are already present, with significant upside potential to be captured in new markets where the parties intend to develop their presence.

OW Projects In Figures

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