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We have teamed up with Naturgy to jointly explore the potential for offshore wind in Spain. Together we bring a set of complementary experience and capabilities needed to develop high-performing floating offshore wind that will provide sustainable, reliable, and affordable energy.

Naturgy is a multinational energy group with a growing renewable portfolio including 2 GW of existing installed onshore wind in Spain. The company is committed to the development of renewable energies and wants to be part of the rising offshore wind industry. They bring proven experience in onshore wind development, construction, and operation, as well as extensive knowledge of the Spanish market to the partnership

The Floating Wind Canary Island Project (FOWCA)

The Spanish government aims to transform its energy mix and plans to develop up to 3 GW offshore wind by 2030.

The first Spanish offshore wind auction is expected to be in the Canary region early 2023. Equinor and Naturgy are jointly assessing the opportunity to develop and construct the Floating Wind Canary Island Project (FOWCA) which could potentially be the first renewables project for Equinor in Spain.