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.
2021 was a momentous year for the Codling Wind Park project. We’ve made great progress and momentum is really building behind the project. Here’s a flavour of some of the things we’ve achieved over the last 12 months
Codling Wind Park selects Wicklow Port as preferred location for new Operations and Maintenance Base
Up to 75 new jobs expected at long-term base for Ireland’s largest Phase One offshore wind farm
Significant investment to be made in development of port facilities
Project well advanced with potential to start construction by 2024/2025
Potential to produce enough electricity to power up to 1.2 million Irish homes
Over 100 creative entries were received for Codling Wind Park’s first renewable energy-focused art competition, which was launched in June to coincide with Global Wind Day.
Codling Wind Park is delighted to announce a new partnership with Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services, Wicklow, which will see a range of practical and financial supports provided to the new hospice, which opened its doors in December 2020.
To mark Global Wind Day on Tuesday, 15th June, the Codling Wind Park project is holding an art competition for all primary school students in the Greystones and Wicklow Municipal Districts.
By Arno Verbeek: The energy industry has long been male dominated. But in my 20-plus years working in the renewables sector, I have never failed to be impressed by my female colleagues. The ones I’ve been fortunate enough to work with have brought a refreshing approach: one that’s focused on solutions, pragmatic and innovative […]
The first phase of public consultation on the Codling Wind Park project will begin on Monday March 1.
The Scoping Report for the offshore elements of the Codling Wind Park project has been published and sent to 78 consultees.