January 4 2023
New details about the project were announced ahead of the second round of public consultation, which is taking place from the 11th of January to the 8th of February. The consultation will include a number of face-to-face exhibitions in Wicklow and Poolbeg, together with an online virtual exhibition and a series of dedicated information clinics.
October 27 2022
Codling Wind Park Limited has applied to the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage for a new Foreshore Investigation Licence. The licence will enable Codling Wind Park to undertake further offshore surveys and site investigations in 2023 and beyond.
August 15 2022
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.
June 27 2022
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
June 15 2022
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.
January 11 2022
November 12 2021
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
October 20 2021
September 28 2021
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.