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Harness the power of the wind

EnBW and bp are proud to be leading the development of the Morgan, Mona, and Morven projects, helping to achieve the UK's ambition of generating 50GW of power from offshore wind by 2030.


About the projects

Morgan and Mona are two wind farms being developed by bp and Energie Baden-Württemberg AG (EnBW) in the Irish Sea.

They are located approximately 30 km from the coast, with a combined area of approximately 800 km².

Morven is located in the North Sea approximately 60km from the coast of Aberdeen with an area of approximately 860km².

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Facts and figures

The combined potential generating capacity of 5.9 GW is sufficient to power the equivalent of around 6 million UK households with clean electricity.

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Latest news

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bp and EnBW‘s biggest offshore integrated site survey

Shipwrecks, unexploded bombs, and collecting data

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Notice of application for an electricity generation licence under section 6(1)(a) of the Electricity Act 1989

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Notice to Mariners 04/08/2022

Morgan and Mona (Yellow North and South) Offshore Wind Farm Notice to Mariners NtM015

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