About our Partners
The joint venture partners behind Muir Mhòr Offshore Wind Farm are consistent and trustworthy renewable leaders in Scotland, the UK and Europe with considerable expertise in technology and innovation, and a vast combined portfolio of successful onshore and offshore projects.
About Fred. Olsen Seawind
Fred. Olsen Seawind AS is an established offshore wind developer building on Fred. Olsen Renewables’ 25 years wind track record, market presence and portfolio.
In 2021, the Fred. Olsen Renewables offshore wind assets and activity was organised within a distinct corporate structure in Fred. Olsen Seawind AS, and is 100% controlled by Bonheur ASA.
Utilising the extensive experience in Scotland gained through over 25 years of development, construction and operation of onshore wind in the region, Fred. Olsen Seawind is committed to progressing offshore wind projects in Scotland.
Fred. Olsen Seawind is active in Ireland, Norway and Scotland and is exploring opportunities in new markets.
Vattenfall is one of Europe’s largest producers and retailers of electricity and heat with approximately 20,000 employees. For more than 100 years we have electrified industries, supplied energy to people’s homes and modernised our way of living through innovation and cooperation. We now want to make fossil fuel-free living possible within one generation.
Vattenfall has been working in the UK for more than ten years, developing fossil fuel-free energy projects. We have grown our wind business from one project in 2008 to 11 today. We also continue to grow our district heating and power networks businesses, in line with our purpose of powering climate smarter living.
Vattenfall currently operates more than 1GW of wind energy capacity in the UK. In Scotland our operational wind farms comprise a total generating capacity of 175MW, powering over 130,000 homes. This includes the 96.8MW European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre in Aberdeen Bay which offers the domestic supply chain the chance to test and demonstrate the latest innovations in a real-world environment. Vattenfall is also constructing South Kyle, a 240MW onshore wind project in South West Scotland.