2002 - 2004:First environmental monitoring period.
2006:The former developer and owner of the Nordsee One-scheme (Enova) submits the first application for NSWP3.
2008:RWE Innogy acquires 100% of NSWP3 from Enova and renames it to Innogy Nordsee 1 GmbH, with 162 turbines.
2009:Public hearing of the Bundesamt für Seeschiffahrt und Hydrographie (BSH) for Innogy Nordsee 1 takes place.
2011:The permitting application for Innogy Nordsee 1 is split into three applications; Innogy Nordsee 1 (54 turbines), Innogy Nordsee 2 (48 turbines) and Innogy Nordsee 3 (60 turbines). All permits are held by Innogy Nordsee 1 GmbH.
2012:BSH permit is granted for Innogy Nordsee 1.
2013:BSH permits are granted for Innogy Nordsee 2 and Innogy Nordsee 3.
2013:Innogy Nordsee 1 GmbH is renamed Nordsee One GmbH.
2014:RWE Innogy sells an 85% stake of Nordsee One GmbH to Northland Power Inc., a Canadian independent power producer.
2015:The Innogy Nordsee 2 and Innogy Nordsee 3 BSH permits are spun off from Nordsee One GmbH into separate project companies, leaving Nordsee One GmbH to focus on the financing, construction and operation of one 332MW wind farm.
2015:Nordsee One GmbH successfully obtains funding for construction of the Nordsee One permit area (54 turbines, 332MW).