Codling Wind Park submits application for Maritime Area Consent

Ireland’s largest Phase One offshore wind project, Codling Wind Park, has submitted its application for a Maritime Area Consent (MAC) to the Irish Government. The application coincides with management changes, as partners highlight strategic importance of Irish market

Codling Wind Park launches innovative educational programme on climate change

Maggie and Mia in St Kevin’s NS Greystones proudly display their wind turbine creation.

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 and delivered by educational experts Inclusive, creative, fun, and hands-on learning Codling Wind Park has teamed up with STEAM Education Limited – a Cork-based team of experts aiming to bring […]

Codling Wind Park to power Wicklow U15 hurling team

St Patrick's GAA - Jersey Presentation

In line with its commitment to supporting local communities, Codling Wind Park is delighted to announce its latest local partnership – with St. Patrick’s GAA Club in Wicklow.  St. Patrick’s GAA is the largest sporting organisation in County Wicklow with over 30 teams, across men’s and ladies’ football, Hurling and Camogie. It is also one […]

Codling Wind Park’s first Community Newsletter

Codling Wind Park is delighted to share with you the latest news and information on the project.  We’ve been making real progress to deliver a project of which Ireland can be justifiably proud, and in this, our first newsletter, we feature a wide range of recently completed and ongoing activities and we take a look […]

Onshore Infrastructure Environmental Impact Assessment Scoping Report Published

The Scoping Report for the onshore infrastructure elements of the Codling Wind Park project has been published and sent to an extensive list of consultees. The Report covers the terrestrial elements (landfall, cabling and substation) of the Codling Wind Park project that extend inland from the Mean High-Water Mark. It sets out the proposed scope […]

Ministers English and Bruton Announce the Transition of Offshore Renewable Energy Projects

The Minister for Housing and Urban Development, Damien English, T.D, and the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton, T.D. today (19th May) announced the seven offshore renewable energy projects that have been designated as Relevant Projects. These are offshore wind projects that either applied for or were granted a lease under the […]