• Projects

 

Inis Offshore Wind in collaboration with Warwick Energy, an experienced independent offshore wind developer have identified a number of potential projects off the Irish coast and is initially looking to develop at least 1GW of renewable electricity capacity. This would constitute a significant contribution to Ireland’s renewable energy targets and provide enough electricity to power approx. 800,000 homes. The initial sites we are looking to assess are located in the Irish Sea off the East coast, but we are also assessing the potential of sites in the Celtic Sea and off the West Coast of Ireland.

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. Project website

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. Project website

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.

Péarla

We are investigating the feasibility of developing Péarla Offshore Wind Farm proposed to be located a minimum of 40km off the Waterford / Wexford coast. Work began in late 2021 in response to the Irish Government’s Climate Action Plan. Should the project successfully progress through various consenting and development challenges ahead, it is hoped that the capacity of up to 1000MW can be brought into production by 2030. Project website