- Vikinge Banke (1.1 GW) in the North Sea;
- Jyske Banke Nord (1.1 GW) in the North Sea;
- Bornholm Bassin Syd (1.5 GW) in the Baltic Sea; and
- Bornholm Basin Øst (1.5 GW) in the Baltic Sea.
Cumulatively, they could more than double Denmark’s current installed offshore wind capacity and would be constructed without subsidized support from the government.
The partnership encompasses the development, construction and operation of the wind farms and the associated transmission facilities.
Some of the power could be directed to regional centers for large-scale production of renewable hydrogen, subsequently transported through international hydrogen infrastructure planned in northern Europe.
The proposed partnership should receive merger clearance before year-end 2022.