SSE Renewables Limited, Marubeni Corporation, and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners are combining their local experience and extensive global expertise in the development of the Ossian Offshore Wind Farm.

With a potential capacity of up to 3.6GW, Ossian will become one of the world's largest floating offshore wind farms.

Following the success in the ScotWind leasing round, the  project team are progressing with the development of 858 square kilometres of seabed in the Firth of Forth off the Angus Coast -  one of the largest lease areas to be offered by Crown Estate Scotland to any bidder.

Water depths up to
Generation capacity up to
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With average water depths of 72m, the site is suitable for the deployment of floating offshore wind turbines to deliver up to 3.6GW of new installed capacity – enough to be capable of powering almost *6 million homes annually and ^offsetting up to 7.5 million tonnes of carbon emissions each year.

Ossian will export to the UK grid via connections to Lincolnshire which are being delivered as part of National Grid ESO’s Holistic Network Design. You can learn more in National Grid ESO’s ‘Beyond 2030’ report.

The development of Ossian continues, targeting first generation before the end of the decade.

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*6,000,000 homes powered per annum based on Typical Domestic Consumption Values (Medium Electricity Profile Class 1, 2,900kWh per household; OFGEM, June 2021), typical 50% projected wind load factor, and projected installed capacity of 3,600MW. ^Quoted 7.5m tonnes of CO2 reductions per annum based on expected annual output against average 440 tonnes CO2 per GWh for all non-renewable fuels, August 2021.