Barrow Offshore Wind: A 30 turbine 90MW wind farm 7km south-west of Walney Island in the East Irish Sea near Barrow-in-Furness.
Blyth: Commissioned in 2000 the 2 turbines at can generate enough energy to supply over 2000 homes, saving 4520 tonnes of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere each year.
Burbo Bank Offshore Wind Farm: 25 efficient wind turbines situated on the Burbo Flats in Liverpool Bay at the entrance to the River Mersey, approximately 6.4km (4.0 miles) from the Sefton coastline and 7.2km (4.5 miles) from North Wirral. The wind farm is capable of generating up to 90MW of clean, environmentally sustainable electricity. This is enough power for approximately 80,000 homes.
Burbo Bank Extension offshore wind farm: The Project consists of an area of 40 km² and an estimated capacity of up to 258 MW, generating enough energy to meet the average needs of up to 170,000 homes. Project development site is located west of the Operational offshore wind farm in Liverpool Bay