Sofia Offshore Wind Farm is the largest project in innogy SE’s current development portfolio, with a generating capacity of up to 1.4 gigawatt. It is being developed 165 km off the coast of the North East of England – on a 593km2 site in the shallow central area of the North Sea known as the Dogger Bank. Its connection point is at the existing National Grid substation at Lackenby, Teesside. The consented project represents significant opportunities for investment in the UK’s energy infrastructure with associated jobs and supply chain benefits.
Potential suppliers can register for the <a href=\"http://www.innogy.com/renewablesUK/sofia\">Supply Chain Portal</a>
29 Nov 2018
Supplier opportunities with innogy’s Sofia Offshore Wind Farm
Sofia Offshore Wind Farm is one of the four Dogger Bank projects that were awarded consent in 2015. Formerly known as Dogger Bank Teesside B, the project was taken over 100% by innogy in August 2017 and subsequently renamed Sofia…