Offshore wind energy development is at the heart of Ireland’s Climate Action Plan (CAP).
Codling Wind Park Ltd (CWPL), a joint development partnership between Fred. Olsen Renewables (FOR) and EDF Renewables (EDFR) is developing the Codling Wind Park offshore wind farm project, a major offshore development project, located in the Irish Sea off the east coast of Ireland between Greystones and Wicklow.
Codling Wind Park is in the development phase and is set to be a major contributor to Ireland’s renewable energy transition and 2030 targets.
About Fred.Olsen Renewables
Fred.Olsen Renewables (FOR) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the listed (Oslo Børs) Norwegian company Bonheur ASA and is responsible for the group’s renewable energy activities. FOR’s main focus is wind power and the first investment was made back in 1996.
FOR operate in all parts of the energy value chain, from sourcing wind farm acreage, managing all phases of concept development, detailed design, construction, commissioning and operations to sale of electricity in the global market. The company is focussed on developing renewable energy production in UK, Ireland and Scandinavia.
About EDF Renewables UK and Ireland
EDF Renewables is part of one of the world’s largest electricity companies and our investment and innovation in the UK and Ireland is bringing down costs for consumers and bringing significant benefits for communities. With our operating portfolio of 36 wind farms and battery storage unit (almost 1GW) we are providing some of the much needed new affordable, low carbon electricity we need to achieve climate change plans. Work is well underway on the 450 MW Neart Na Gaoithe offshore wind farm project which is in the Firth of Forth in Scotland. We have more than 2 GW of renewables projects in planning and development and half of those are consented. We have offices in Dublin, Edinburgh, Rainton Bridge near Durham and in London.