Forewind, developer of the Dogger Bank Zone, has published its first annual review, covering the consortium’s initial 18 months of activity since being awarded the offshore wind development rights for largest of the Round 3 zones by The Crown Estate.
The development of Forewind’s first offshore wind farm, known as Dogger Bank Project One, takes another step forward today with the announcement that the cable connecting the proposed wind farm to the national grid at Creyke Beck, in East Riding of Yorkshire, will come to shore between Fraisthorpe and Ulrome on the Holderness coast.
Forewind, development partner for the Dogger Bank offshore wind farm zone, potentially the world’s largest wind energy project, has received a Scoping Opinion from the Infrastructure Planning Committee (IPC) on its proposed approach to the development of its first project, Dogger Bank Project One.
Forewind, development partner for the Dogger Bank offshore wind farm zone, potentially the world’s largest wind energy project, has today announced the location of the first tranche for development.
Forewind, development partner for the Dogger Bank offshore wind farm zone, has today announced the appointment of Lord Deben, as its Chairman.
Lee Clarke, former Senior Corporate Development and Strategy Manager with RWE npower, has been appointed as General Manager of the Forewind consortium, development partner for Dogger Bank.
Forewind has appointed two consultancies to handle the role of Fishing Liaison Coordinator (FLC), one to deal with the fishing industry and the other with relevant governmental and regulatory stakeholders.
Forewind, development partner for the Dogger Bank zone, has issued a request for expressions of interest (EOI) from contractors that would like to be considered for the design, fabrication, certification, installation and commissioning of meteorological masts.
Forewind, together with The Crown Estate and assistance from UK-wide Regional Development Agencies, has launched a web-based Supply Chain Contacts Directory which provides a snapshot of all the companies which attended the recent series of countrywide supply chain events.
The UK Offshore Wind Supply Chain Contacts Directory is now live and can be accessed at http://www.supplychaindirectory.co.uk.
The site aims to enable easy access for companies looking for relevant skills, goods or services across the UK offshore wind industry supply chain and provides a snapshot of all those who attended, or planned to attend, the 12 supply chain events is early 2010.
Forewind’s Head of Engineering and Supply Chain, Dr Mark Legerton, said the directory should provide a useful source of information for anyone with specific supply chain requirements.
Four leading international energy companies have joined forces to bid to win exclusive rights to develop wind farms under the terms of Zone Development Agreements (ZDAs) as part of The Crown Estate’s third licence round for UK offshore wind farms (Round 3).