Supply Chain

Developing a local supply chain

We are actively engaged with the supply chain in South Wales and are planning on developing a local manufacturing base for floating offshore wind. Based on our extensive knowledge of the sector, we will select technologies that can maximise existing regional infrastructure while optimising new investments.

The BlueFloat Energy and Renantis Partnership has also undertaken outreach towards the local port authorities through meetings, during which technical requirements for port infrastructure have been discussed. This on-going dialogue will help assess the existing infrastructure in the region, map it out against the project needs and identify the gaps so as to make sure that any planned and upcoming investments and upgrades to the harbours meet the specific requirements of the floating wind industry.

Work with us

As the Llywelyn project moves ahead, we will soon be adding more information to this page for potential suppliers.

This will include a Supply Chain portal, which will be accessed from this page, allowing you to register as a potential supplier for Llywelyn wind farm. We will need all kinds of suppliers, from engineering, manufacturing and maritime services, to catering and hotels.

A similar portal will be available for our other Celtic Sea project, Petroc, which will be located in Cornish waters. Click here for more information on Petroc


Supplier registration

If you would like to be notified about future supply chain opportunities for the Llywelyn or Petroc wind farms, please register for supply chain updates, below.