Pentland Floating Offshore Wind Farm will test and demonstrate new technology solutions for floating offshore wind in Scotland.

The full website is currently under construction and will be launched soon. A short summary of the project is provided below.

About the Project

Pentland Floating Offshore Wind Farm will be located approximately 6.5 km off the coast of Dounreay, Caithness and will deploy a maximum of ten wind turbines with an installed capacity of up to 100 megawatts (MW).

The innovations and technology trialled in this project will be key to the development of large scale floating offshore wind in Scotland and will create significant opportunities for the local and national economy.

Pentland Floating Offshore Wind Farm is being developed by Highland Wind Limited which is majority owned by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) with Hexicon AB as a minority shareholder. CIP is a fund management company focused on energy infrastructure including offshore wind, onshore wind, solar PV, biomass and energy-from-waste, transmission and distribution, and other energy assets like reserve capacity and storage. Project development activities are being led by CIP’s development partner, Copenhagen Offshore Partners (COP). The project development team is based in COP’s Global Floating Wind Competence Centre, recently established in Edinburgh.

Engage with Us

We are interested in hearing your views on the project. Throughout 2022 we will be holding information sessions and stakeholder consultation events. Please check back on this website to find more details. In the meantime, you can contact us at For media enquiries please contact

The project contracting strategy is still under development and we plan to start engaging with the local supply chain over 2021. The full website will contain further details on how to register as a potential supplier.

Highland Wind Limited

4th Floor 115 George Street,

Company number: SC675148

Map, location of offshore wind farm

A series of public consultation events will take place from the week commencing 9 May 2022:

Virtual Exhibition Launched Monday 9 May 2022 Available at:
In person drop-in event, Reay Wednesday 11 May 2022, 14.00 – 20.00 Reay Golf Course, Club House, Reay, Thurso KW14 7RE
In person drop-in event, Thurso Thursday 12 May 2022, 11.00 – 17.00 North Coast Visitor Centre, High Street, Thurso, KW14 8AJ
Online Question and Answer Session Wednesday 18 May 2022, 12.00 – 14.30 and 18.00 -20.30 Accessible using live chat function in virtual exhibition, available at:

If you are unable to access the online question and answer session, you can contact the project team on 07877332459 during the allotted times on Wednesday 18 May 2022.

The consultations will provide an opportunity for the public and stakeholders to consider and comment on the prospective application.

The virtual public exhibition will include a link to a feedback form where comments and questions on the proposal, as well as any requests for further information, can be submitted directly to the Project Team. Alternatively, you may do so by emailing

If you have any further questions or comments on the proposals, we request that these be submitted via the feedback form by Friday 20 May 2022.

Please note that comments made to Highland Wind Limited are not representations to the Scottish Ministers or The Highland Council. Once the licence applications are submitted there will be an opportunity for representations to be made to the Scottish Ministers and The Highland Council on the associated applications.

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