Why offshore wind
Why offshore wind
Why the moray firth
Edinburgh 6 June 2016. Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd (MORL) has announced intention to open consultation on the development of offshore wind on the remainder of its zone in the Outer Moray Firth.
EDINBURGH 30 January 2016. Following the conclusion of successful negotiations with statutory and commercial stakeholders, EDPR has today announced that it has taken 100 per cent ownership of Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd (MORL), a major electricity generation project in the Outer Moray Firth, with consent for the construction and operation of 1116MW offshore wind generation capacity.
Edinburgh 19 March 2014 Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd today welcomed news that the Scottish Government has awarded it consent for the construction and operation of 1.116MW of offshore wind generation in the Outer Moray Firth.
The project, which, on conservative estimates of the wind resource available, will be capeable of meeting the equivalent electricity needs of around 700.000 UK households, consists of the Telford, Stevenson and MacColl offshore windfarms, which are planned for construction 14 miles (22km) from the Caithness coastline.
30 August 2012
Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd (MORL) announced that it had submitted an application to the Scottish Government for consent to develop offshore wind power at three sites within Zone 1 of The Crown Estate’s Third Round of offshore wind licensing.
Moray Offshore Renewables Publish Offshore Wind Project Report
First Local Economic Impact Projections Released
At a media briefing in Inverness, Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd published a report detailing the work it has undertaken over the past year to develop plans for 1 500MW offshore wind generation in the Outer Moray Firth.
The report summarises the investigations of the physical, biological and human environment which have been undertaken, and includes details of the new market for goods and services which the project will bring to the area.
Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd. (“MORL”), the joint venture company owned by EDP Renewables and Repsol to develop offshore wind energy in the Outer Moray Firth, today welcomed Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond MSP aboard Gardline’s Survey Ship, the Ivero.
At Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd met with representatives from academic, education and training institutions across the Highlands and the North East of Scotland at a conference hosted by Highlands and Islands Enterprise.
Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd. (“MORL”), the joint venture company owned by EDP Renewables and SeaEnergy Renewables, have signed three Agreements for Lease with The Crown Estate Commissioners which will lead to further development of offshore wind power generation at three sites in the outer Moray Firth
Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd published their Environmental Impact Assessment Scoping Report which provides plans for the development of between 1000 and 1140MW of wind power in the outer Moary Firth, some 22km (13.5 miles) from the Caithness Coast.
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