First power has been delivered from Ørsted’s 1320MW Hornsea Project Two Hornsea Project Two (1320MW) Offshoreoff Yorkshire, UK, Europe Click to see full details. Once it becomes fully operational in 2022, the 165-turbine, 1.32GW development will become the world’s largest offshore wind farm.
It lies in the North Sea, 89km off England’s east coast, beside the already operational 1218MW Hornsea Project One Hornsea Project One (1218MW) Offshoreoff Yorkshire, UK, Europe Click to see full details.
Patrick Harnett, programme director for Hornsea 2, said: “Achieving first power is an important milestone for the project and a proud moment for the whole team. Constructing a project of this size and scale is only possible through strong collaboration, hard work and dedication. From here, we have the finishing line in sight as we install the remaining turbines and continue testing, commissioning, and energising our wind farm into the new year.”
A further two projects are under development in the Hornsea Zone - 2400MW Hornsea Project Three Hornsea Project Three (2400MW) Offshoreoff Yorkshire , UK, Europe Click to see full details and 1000MW Hornsea Project Four Hornsea Project Four (1000MW) Offshoreoff Yorkshire, UK, Europe Click to see full details.