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Hywind Tampen
Norway has wind resources that are largely untapped. Offshore wind can play an important role in the transition to clean, renewable energy, as here at Hywind Tampen, the world's largest floating wind farm. Photo: Ole Jørgen Bratland, Equinor
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We’re developing offshore wind in Norway

Did you know that Norwegian coastal areas offer some of the finest locations worldwide for developing offshore wind?

Equinor has been developing offshore industry in the North Sea for over 50 years, and we will draw on all of this experience as we seek to make offshore wind an important part of the energy transition and create new, sustainable jobs in Norway. Discover more below.

The world's largest floating offshore wind farm officially opened

The Hywind Tampen wind farm was opened 23 August by Crown Prince Haakon of Norway.

1 million households

already powered by Equinor wind

1,649 GWh in 2022

Our renewables production

12—16 GW in 2030

Our renewable capacity ambition

Dudgeon offshore wind farm

Equinor — a pioneer in international offshore wind

Equinor is already the world's most experienced company in floating offshore wind, and operates almost half of all floating wind power in the world. We have more than 20 years' experience with offshore wind and supply more than 1 million households in Europe with renewable power. We are developing some of the world's largest wind farms in Europe and the USA. Now we want to use this expertise at home.

A world leader in floating offshore wind

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Read more about Equinor’s activities in offshore wind:

10 key facts about offshore wind in Norway