The inaugural youth conference ‘Our Climate Our Future’ took place in Coláiste Chraobh Abhann, Kilcoole on the 16thof November, inspired and empowered the 400 attendees to take charge and drive change for the planet. The conference hosted by Colm O’Regan and Coláiste Chraobh Abhann’s Head Boy, Cayden Elliott, opened with a short film created by […]
Scott Sutherland is our Project Director and joined the project from EDF Renewables in 2022. His vast experience of working in renewables, on wind projects all over the world, makes him the perfect fit for leading the Codling Wind Park team. Find out what a typical day is like for a Project Director and what’s […]
JOB DESCRIPTION Job Title: Community Liaison Officer Member of Codling Wind Park Ltd Reports to External Affairs Manager Duration/ Allocation (%) Full-time (preferably) Location Dublin/Wicklow (70% community-based, 30% office) About the Codling Wind Park project Codling Wind Park is a proposed offshore wind farm in the Irish Sea, set in an area called the Codling […]
Our latest newsletter, read about: Recent developments on the project, the community initiatives we’ve supported this year, how we’re working with local suppliers and common questions we get asked about offshore wind.
As part of its ongoing commitment to supporting local community organisations across Wicklow, Codling Wind Park is delighted to announce its sponsorship of Éire Óg Greystones’ U15 Féile hurling team.
The popular and important fundraiser makes a return to a new location at Greystones South Beach
supported by Codling Wind Park and launched by Wicklow Hospice ambassador, Shane Byrne.
Following the project’s success in the ORESS 1 auction last month, we’re pleased to announce completion of another milestone in our development as Scott Sutherland becomes sole Project Director for Codling Wind Park.
We’re the first developer in Ireland to appoint a Fisheries Engagement Manager and commit to a code of practice for how we’ll engage with fishers and support marine life on the Codling Bank. Find out more about how we’re working with the local fishing industry and the career path of our Fisheries Engagement Manager, Courtney French, if you’re interested in working in renewables.
Following on from our first project newsletter issued in August last year, we’re delighted to share with you the latest news and information on the Codling Wind Park 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.