Forewind was  originally owned by four energy companies but in March 2017 that was reduced to three when Statkraft sold its shares in the consortium. In August 2017 the structure changed again when the Dogger Bank projects were split amongst the remaining owners: innogy, SSE and Statoil.

Innogy SE is an established European energy company and the new subsidiary of RWE AG. With its three business segments Grid & Infrastructure, Retail and Renewables, it addresses the requirements of a modern, decarbonised, decentralised and digital energy world. In Renewables we plan, build and operate plants to generate power and extract energy from renewable sources. We aim to rapidly expand renewables in Europe, both on our own and with partners.


innogy is now 100% owner of Dogger Bank Teesside B.

SSE is a UK-listed energy company headquartered in Perth and operating across England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland. SSE is one the UK’s largest generators of electricity with around 11,600 MW of generation capacity in total (UK and Ireland) from the most diverse portfolio of power stations. Through its renewable development division, SSE Renewables, it is involved in the development of new renewable energy projects covering wind, wave, tide, and hydro electricity.


SSE together with Statoil is now 50% owner of Dogger Bank Creyke Beck A, Dogger Bank Creyke Beck B and Dogger Bank Teesside A. 

Statoil is an international energy company with operations in 36 countries. Building on more than 40 years of experience from oil and gas production on the Norwegian continental shelf, it is committed to accommodating the world's energy needs in a responsible manner, applying technology and creating innovative business solutions. Statoil is headquartered in Stavanger, Norway with approximately 23,000 employees worldwide, and is listed on the New York and Oslo stock exchanges.


Statoil together with SSE is now 50% owner of Dogger Bank Creyke Beck A, Dogger Bank Creyke Beck B and Dogger Bank Teesside A.