Codling Wind Park represents one of the largest energy infrastructure investments in Ireland this decade and is set to become one of Ireland’s largest offshore wind farm, being developed in the Irish Sea.
With the potential to generate enough locally produced renewable electricity to power the equivalent of up to 1.2 million homes annually, Codling Wind Park will support the delivery of Ireland’s Climate Action Plan targets. It will also help reduce Ireland’s reliance on imported fossil fuel-based energy and significantly improve energy security.
As work progresses we will continue to carry out extensive community and stakeholder engagement.
Potential to power up to 70% Irish homes
up to 2 million tonnes CO2 savings each year
represents one of the largest energy infrastructure investments in Ireland this decade
The environmental, economic and social benefits for Ireland and the communities around the project.
Over 500 entries were received for Codling Wind Park’s second annual renewable energy art competition – with the talented winners coming from three different schools in Wicklow Town and Delgany.
Codling Wind Park launches innovative educational programme on climate change and action in local primary schools. A solution-focused programme exploring climate change and action Developed