• Location: The German Bight
  • Capacity: 112 MW
  • Installation: 2019
  • Topside Weight: 742 tons
  • Water Depth: 39 meters
  • Substructure: Monopile
  • Detailed Design: Topside
  • Client: EnBw/Siemens


The Albatros Offshore wind farm will contribute to providing approximately 710.000 households in Munich, Germany, with power each year. Albatros is an extension of the existing wind farm called Hohe. The Albatros wind farm and Hohe See wind farm are expected to generate about 2.5 billion KW an hour. The substation designed by ISC for Siemens has made it possible to transfer 117 MW of clean energy to be sent ashore. 

The Albatros Offshore wind farm is located in the German North Sea, approximately 105 km from the coast. The wind farm is located at a water depth of around 40 meters. 

Services provided by ISC 

The substation was developed by ISC and is based on two open deck structures with a containerized solution for control rooms, GIS, and day crew rooms. Moreover, ISC has handled the concept development for a generic offshore transformer module (OTM), the FEED design, followed by a detailed design of the complete transformer substation. Furthermore, the detailed design contained the complete auxiliary systems, the sea transport, and lift of the topside. Also included in the detailed design are fire & safety, process, piping, mechanical, and LV electrical. The last phase of the project also includes project follow-up from ISC from the fabrication and installation phase.