Triton Knoll is a consented offshore wind farm being developed by Innogy Renewables UK Ltd (innogy), located 20 miles off the coast of Lincolnshire and 28 miles from the coast of north Norfolk.

It was the largest Round 2 Offshore Wind Farm project to be awarded a licence by The Crown Estate in 2004 and represents an important potential source of home grown renewable energy in the UK.

The project is now in the latter stages of development, having secured a Contract for Difference from the UK Government in September 2017, as well as consent for the offshore array in July 2013 and the onshore electrical system on 3 September 2016.

Triton Knoll is seeking best value in all aspects of its delivery with the aim of becoming one of the most cost-competitive offshore wind farm projects, generating some of the lowest cost energy for UK consumers.

In addition, the project team is developing Triton Knoll to support supply chain, skills and economic growth in the region.

In order to give local businesses the best chance to compete for future contract opportunities, Triton Knoll is working closely with local enterprise partnerships, local authorities and directly with industry bodies. Also, work is on-going with local skills and education organisations to support initiatives to benefit the wider industry both now and for many years to come.

Our website is designed to keep you informed of project news and information and to help you take advantage of opportunities from the project as they emerge. If you are a supplier, you can also register your interest in working with Triton Knoll.

Turbines operating at Rhyl Flats Offshore Wind Farm Turbines operating at Rhyl Flats Offshore Wind Farm.