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SLPE Offshore Jacket and Monopile Foundation Projects for European Wind Farms


1 month ago | Renewables


Since SLPE’s inception back in 1986, we have gained a vast wealth of engineering experience and knowhow in the design of offshore substructures. In particular, our work has focused on the concept and detailed design of jacket and monopile substructures for a number of wind farm projects, primarily in European waters. Over the next few months we will be exploring these projects with a range of infographics, with an emphasis on project location, type, concept type, and employed technology and sustainability innovations.

A selection of our European projects to date include:

  • Hollandse Kust (west Alpha)
  • Sofia
  • Hollandse Kust (noord)
  • Inch Cape
  • Saint-Brieuc
  • Neart na Gaoithe (NnG)
  • Moray East
  • Seastar and Mermaid (SeaMade)
  • Deutsche Bucht
  • Beatrice
  • Hohe See
  • Merkur
  • Veja Mate
  • Dudgeon
  • Butendiek
  • Amrumbank
  • Thanet
  • Courseulles-sur-Mer
  • Saint-Nazaire
  • Dieppe – Le Tréport
  • Iles d’Yeu et de Noirmoutier
  • Thor

These projects include wind turbine generator (WTG) and offshore substation (OSS) foundation projects, across all phases of design, in which we have acted as a designer or independent engineer.




“Our overseas experience is growing year-on-year, as well as our capability to solve complex engineering problems and deliver robust designs that are lightweight, innovative, and fabrication and T&I friendly”, said Joe Hilton, Director of SLPE. “We are always looking for ways to improve our practices, exploiting cost-efficient technologies and, ultimately, bringing down project costs to help developers increase their renewable generation capacity as we transition towards renewable energy”.

Please get in touch to find out more about our services, technologies, and commitment to sustainability.



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