Wind turbines now generate more than 700 gigawatts of electricity worldwide – enough to supply almost 500 million households. High-performance offshore wind farms such as East Anglia One off the British coast will play a key role in the future. But only around five percent of the marine areas are suitable for wind turbines anchored in the ground. The solution: floating turbines. Hywind Scotland, the world’s first floating offshore wind farm, delivers more electricity to the grid than any other turbine.