The floating wind farm on track to be Europe’s largest when it comes online in 2026, the 100MW Pentland off the UK, has rolled out its supply development plan for the project ahead of a trio of developers recently given the go-ahead to build gigascale arrays off the Scottish Highlands as part of the landmark ScotWind leasing round.

Developer Highland Wind, led by Denmark’s Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, chose to publish its so-called supply chain development statement (SCDS) as Mainstream, Ocean Winds and ESB – which each won acreage in a ‘clearing round’ earlier this month – each released outlines for sourcing products, materials, and labour to develop 2.8GW