Dogger Bank Teesside A & B

Dogger Bank Teeside Maps

Dogger Bank Teesside was Forewind’s second stage of development of the Dogger Bank Zone. Originally planned to be four separate wind farms known collectively as Dogger Bank Teesside, this stage was divided into two separate applications - Dogger Bank Teesside A & B and Dogger Bank Teesside C & D. Only Dogger Bank Teesside A & B was progressed through to application.

This application (A & B) comprised two wind farms, each with a maximum installed capacity of 1.2GW. They will connect to the national grid at the existing Lackenby Substation in Teesside.

The development has a total generating capacity of up to 2.4 GW which means Dogger Bank Teesside A & B has the potential to generate around 8 Terawatt hours (TWh) of green power every year, which is equivalent to the electricity used annually by approximately two million British homes [1]. 

The first two wind farms are:

Dogger Bank Teesside A with a size of 560km2 and with closest point from shore at 196km.

Dogger Bank Teesside B which is 593km2 and is 165km from shore at its closest point.

These two wind farms were subject to a single consent and the indicative development programme is below.

Development programme
Q2 2012 First stage of statutory consultation
2012 - 2013 Environmental surveys and reporting
Q4 2013 Second stage of statutory consultation
Q1 2014 Application for development consent order submitted
Q3 2015 Consent granted
Q3 2017

SSE and Statoil become 50/50 owners of Dogger Bank Teesside A

innogy becomes 100% owner of Dogger Bank Teesside B

Onwards Pre-construction, construction and operation


[1]This calculation assumes a capacity factor of 40% and uses the most recent statistics from the Department of Energy and Climate Change showing that annual UK average domestic household consumption is 4,115kWh