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Ireland

We have been an offshore wind developer since the early 2000s as an early mover with the Codling Wind Park project, which first received consent in 2005. Today, Codling Wind Park is set to be Ireland’s largest offshore wind farm and a major contributor to Ireland’s target of 5 GW offshore wind energy by 2030.

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Codling Bank

The wind farm will be located to the east of the shallow sandbank known as Codling Bank, approximately 13 kilometres off the east coast of Ireland, between Greystones and Wicklow, and benefitting from the favourable conditions for offshore wind energy off the east coast of Ireland.
The closest towns of Kilcoole and Greystones are both situated some 14.8 km from the wind farm area, and Wicklow is situated 17 km to the southwest.

Subject to the consenting process we anticipate that Codling Bank wind farm will be constructed in the mid-2020s.

Status Development
Location Irish Sea
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Codling Bank II

Codling Bank II will be an extension of the consented Codling Bank wind farm.

Status Development
Location Irish Sea
Type of turbines 5MW