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Inis Offshore Wind is passionate about sustainability. It's at the core of everything we do.

Innovation
Inis Offshore Wind seeks to constantly deploy the latest technologies and solutions to bring our projects on stream and accelerate the energy transition. 

Community
At Inis Offshore Wind we care for our people, our stakeholders and our environment.

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Performance matters. We help each other deliver and exceed our goals.

Partnership
Inis Offshore Wind builds positive, mutually beneficial relationships based on partnership, transparency, collaboration, and trust.

Inis Offshore Wind energy projects for Ireland

Enabling a sustainable energy future for the people of Ireland

Inis Offshore Wind is an Irish renewable energy firm working to enable a sustainable energy future for the people of Ireland. Backed by the Temporis Aurora Fund, whose investors include the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF), our purpose is to harness Ireland’s vast offshore wind energy potential to accelerate and deliver Ireland’s transition to a clean, sustainable, low-carbon energy system.


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Harnessing Ireland’s unmatched offshore wind potential

80%

Electricity to come from renewables by 2030 (National Development Plan 2021-2030)

5GW

Irish Government’s offshore wind installed capacity target by 2030 (Irish Government Climate Action Plan)

50%

Potential growth in demand for electricity in Ireland by 2030 (Eirgrid All-Island Generation Capacity Statement 2020)

800k

Number of homes that can be powered by 1GW of offshore wind electricity generation

30GW

Ireland’s floating offshore wind potential

2.5k

Number of local development and construction jobs to be created in offshore wind to 2030

As part of the Climate Action Plan, the Irish Government has committed to ensuring 80% of Ireland’s electricity will come from renewable sources by 2030 and set an offshore wind development target of 5GW by the end of the decade. Our projects will make a significant contribution to this target. We want to harness Ireland’s vast offshore wind energy potential to enable Ireland’s transition to a Net Zero carbon economy while caring for our people, our stakeholders and our environment.

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Leinster

Inis Offshore Wind Leinster is preparing to investigate the feasibility of developing an Offshore Windfarm approx. 14km off the coast of Greystones, County Wicklow. To carry out the necessary survey work, a Foreshore Investigatory Licence Application and supporting documentation has been submitted to the Marine Planning and Foreshore Section of the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. This licence, if granted, will last for 5 years.

Wicklow

Inis Offshore Wind Wicklow is preparing to investigate the feasibility of developing an Offshore Windfarm approx. 8km off the coast of Wicklow. To carry out the necessary survey work, a Foreshore Investigatory Licence Application and supporting documentation has been submitted to the Marine Planning and Foreshore Section of the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. This licence, if granted, will last for 5 years.

Kinsale

Inis Offshore Wind Kinsale is preparing to investigate the feasibility of developing an Offshore Windfarm approx. 13km off the coast of Kinsale, County Cork. To carry out the necessary survey work, a Foreshore Investigatory Licence Application and supporting documentation has been submitted to the Marine Planning and Foreshore Section of the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. This licence, if granted, will last for 5 years.

Kerry

Inis Offshore Wind Kerry is preparing to investigate the feasibility of developing an Offshore Windfarm approx. 11km off the coast of Kerry at the mouth of the Shannon Estuary. To carry out the necessary survey work, a Foreshore Investigatory Licence Application and supporting documentation has been submitted to the Marine Planning and Foreshore Section of the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. This licence, if granted, will be valid for 5 years.

Munster

Inis Offshore Wind Munster is preparing to investigate the feasibility of developing an Offshore Windfarm approx. 16km off the coast of County Clare. To carry out the necessary survey work, a Foreshore Investigatory Licence Application and supporting documentation has been submitted to the Marine Planning and Foreshore Section of the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. This licence, if granted, will be valid for 5 years.

Map of Inis Offshore Wind energy and renewable projects
Inis Offshore Wind is working for a renewable engery future in Ireland