Hesselø Offshore Wind Farm (OWF) is the second offshore wind farm from the Danish Energy Agreement (June 2018). Due to the Climate Agreement on green electricity and heat of 25 June 2022, Hesselø OWF moves to a more southern location.
Hesselø OWF will be erected in the Kattegat, north of Zealand, and it will provide 800-1,200 MW. Max. 1,000 MW can be supplied to the electricity grid via the connection point in Hovegård, about 50 km from the coast. The additional 200 MW capacity can by utilised by the constructor as “overplanting” to optimise the design of the wind farm and cables. The wind farm will be completed at the end of 2029.
Please find the coordinates for the new location of Hesselø OWF under Preliminary Investigations
For a general update on the project, please refer for the “News about Hesselø OWF” section below.