Across the globe, the people of Skyborn are united by a shared vision of a world powered by the forces of nature. We’ve been pioneering the development of offshore wind projects since 2000 with our entry into our home market Germany and have subsequently expanded into other European markets as well as the Asia-Pacific region.

Offshore wind is forecasted to be the fastest renewables growth market, with ~270 GW of additional offshore wind capacity expected to be operational by 2035. We believe that offshore wind will be critical to achieving the worlds’ net zero carbon targets and energy transition goals.

At Skyborn our contributions to helping the world meet its net zero and energy transition goals are only a small part of our overall ESG commitment. The health and safety (H&S) of our employees and contractors is of paramount importance to Skyborn. Working under challenging weather conditions in the marine environment presents unique challenges and risks. Therefore, prioritizing H&S practices is essential to ensure the well-being of workers and to protect the environment. Skyborn’s H&S measures minimize accidents and injuries by implementing robust safety procedures, providing appropriate training, and maintaining high safety standards. Implementing comprehensive risk management strategies through health, safety and environmental (HSE) practices helps identify and assess potential hazards, mitigate risks, and develop contingency plans to ensure the safe and efficient construction and operation of Skyborn’s offshore wind farms. By integrating HSE considerations into all aspects of the offshore wind life cycle, Skyborn mitigates risks, promote responsible practices, and contributes to the global transition to a carbon-free energy future.

At Skyborn we are in the process of developing other aspects of our ESG program and are in the process of performing a double materiality assessment in accordance with the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). Please check back for updates on our sustainability activities.