Our vision

The VindØ consortium is proud to present their vision of an energy island in the North Sea. The artificial island is to be built in the Danish part of the North Sea, around 100 km from land. Here, optimal conditions exist for generating clean, green energy using wind turbines.

The island is to be established by 2033 and connect 3 GW of offshore wind. Over time, the island will connect 10 GW offshore wind and host energy storage and Power-to-X as well as accommodation, O&M facilities, and HVDC converters for transmission and interconnectors.

Offshore Wind

up to 10 gigawatts of offshore wind

Initially, the island will be able to accommodate 3 GW of offshore wind. Over time, the island will connect up to 10 GW.

The island will help enable the electrification of Danish society and allow the electricity consumption of Danish households and companies to be covered by green electricity.

HVDC Transmission

HIGH VOLTAGE direct current transmission

High-Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) technology will be used to bundle energy from several windfarms and transport this to Denmark. 

The electricity from the energy islands can also be exported to our neighboring countries and thus contribute to the green transition in Europe.

Harbour Facilities

operation and maintenance facilities

The island will include a harbour which can be used to support offshore wind farm installation and optimize operations and maintenance (O&M) activities as well as other co-use options.

Future Innovation

enable future technologies AND innovation

In the long run, energy sources must be able to connect technologies that can store or convert this green power into, for example, green fuels (through so-called “Power-to-X”).

Leading engineering consultancy group, COWI, has also created a visualization of how the energy island could potentially take shape

COWI (Arkitema) has created a visualization of how the energy island could take form, assuming a caisson-based construction concept is employed.

Investor Consortium

The investors comprise two of Denmark’s largest pension funds, PensionDanmark and PFA, and Denmark’s largest utility company, Andel.


PensionDanmark is one of Denmark's largest non-commercial pension funds with approx. EUR 36bn in total assets.


PFA is Denmark's largest commercial pension company with approx. EUR 92bn in total assets and 1.3 million pension customers.


Andel, formerly known as SEAS-NVE, is Denmark's largest energy and distribution company with 2.8 million customer relationships.

Moreover, the investors have initiated cooperation with one of Denmark’s leading financial services groups, Nykredit, to evaluate the possibilities for a comprehensive Danish financing package for the future energy island in the North Sea.


Nykredit is one of Denmark's leading financial services groups with activities ranging from mortgage lending, banking to insurance, and pension.