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Offshore wind turbines

Our business


We play a significant role in unlocking renewable energy for millions of homes.

Our approach

As manager of the seabed and much of the coastline around England, Wales and Northern Ireland, we work with industry and stakeholders to unlock its potential to support the nation's transition to a sustainable and decarbonised future.

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Offshore wind

We play a key role in supporting the UK’s position as a world leader in offshore wind development. Our work is making the country’s energy supply more sustainable and secure and is a major driver in the UK’s fight against climate change.

Offshore wind farm and sea
  • Offshore wind turbines at Rampion wind farm

    Carbon capture

    Carbon capture is an evolving technology which can substantially reduce CO2 emissions from the global economy at scale.

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  • Row of cables

    Cables & pipelines

    We provide rights for cables and pipelines to facilitate transmission of telecoms, electricity, oil and gas.

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  • Ship at sea under lights

    Mineral resources

    We grant licences for extraction of mineral resources used in construction, beach replenishment and coastal adaptation.

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  • View of boats in Studland Bay


    We lease seabed and tidal land for uses such as port infrastructure, marinas, aquaculture and development projects.

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Data & evidence

We have been investing in marine data and evidence for over 20 years. We do this in collaboration with others to drive change and to promote sustainable ways in how we collect, share and use data.

Underwater kelp farm with sun shining from above

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Supply Chain Accelerator

We have launched the Supply Chain Accelerator with an initial £10million fund to support organisations looking to establish new UK supply chain capabilities for the development of floating offshore wind in the Celtic Sea.

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