Deutsche Bucht offshore wind farm — high-performance in the middle of the North Sea

Deutsche Bucht is Canada-based independent power producer Northland Power’s third offshore wind farm. The offshore wind project is located in the North Sea, more than 100 kilometres from the mainland in the German Exclusive Economic Zone. The consistently high winds in the region provide an optimal energy yield. The wind farm uses one of the most powerful offshore turbines currently available – MHI Vestas’ 8.4 MW. Approximately 1.1 billion kilowatt hours of climate-friendly electricity are forecasted to be generated per year. This is enough to meet the needs of approximately 328,000 households.

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14 November: The first of two Mono Buckets for our offshore wind project Deutsche Bucht has left Bladt Industries in Lindoe, Denmark on installation vessel Scylla where the turbine components are already stored. Scylla is heading to the construction site 100 kilometres from the mainland. Our wind farm is the first commercial project worldwide to test this new type of offshore foundation.

Wind farm Deutsche Bucht

Renewable energy from the North Sea

The offshore wind farm covers 22.6 square kilometres, and comprises 33 turbines with a grid connection capacity of almost 269 megawatts.

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The wind farm at a glance

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22.6 square kilometres – depth of water approximately 40 metres – 33 turbines with a rated output of 8.4 megawatts, including the pilot project with two turbines on Mono Bucket foundations – almost 269 megawatt grid connection capacity – 1.1 billion kilowatt hours of electricity forecast per year.


The wind farm is situated over 100 kilometres from the German mainland, 95 kilometres North-West of the island of Borkum inside the German Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).

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