Bord na Móna Ocean Winds Joint Venture

The Bord na Móna Ocean Winds offshore joint venture is a partnership of two experienced renewable energy companies that have united to help Ireland achieve its 2030 climate targets.

Ocean Winds brings its international expertise and experience as a developer of offshore renewable energy at global level, while Bord na Móna brings its long local knowledge, and track record of meeting the energy needs of the Irish households, communities and businesses.

Bord na Móna

Bord na Móna, a semi-state company, was established in 1934, in response to a national energy emergency, to develop the peatlands of Ireland. Transformed for the climate crisis today, Bord na Móna has transitioned its operations and diversified its services, through its Brown-to-Green strategy, to become Ireland’s leading climate solutions company.

With a strategic ten-year ambition to invest over €1.6bn in renewable energy infrastructure and generating assets, including wind, solar, hydrogen, biomass and biogas, Bord na Móna is developing sustainable solutions that will lead Ireland towards a climate neutral future and help ensure the State delivers on its commitment to becoming carbon neutral by 2050.

Ocean Winds

Oceans Winds (OW) is an international company dedicated to offshore wind energy and created as a 50-50 joint venture, owned by EDP Renewables and ENGIE. Based on our belief that offshore wind energy is an essential part of the global energy transition, Ocean Winds develops, finances, builds and operate offshore wind farm projects all around the world.

OW is headquartered in Madrid, is currently present in 8 countries, and primarily targets markets in Europe, the United-States, selected parts of Asia and Brazil





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