Inch Cape Offshore Wind Farm

will contribute to meeting the UK’s offshore wind target and will be Scotland’s largest single source of renewable power when built, generating the equivalent of the annual power needs of more than 1.7m homes.*

The Inch Cape Offshore Wind Farm, currently in late stage development, will see up to 72 turbines located 15 km off the Angus Coast and connect to the national transmission system at Cockenzie, East Lothian. The project will make a significant contribution to meeting the UK’s offshore wind target and will be Scotland’s largest single source of renewable power when built, generating the equivalent of the annual power needs of more than 1.7m homes.*

*Based on the project’s projected average net energy yield and an average annual household consumption of 2,900kWh, as per Ofgem’s 2020 Typical Domestic Consumption Values (these will next be updated in 2023)

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