NISA Offshore Wind Farm
The North Irish Sea Array, also known as NISA, is an offshore wind energy project being proposed off the coast of counties Dublin, Meath and Louth, bringing with it an opportunity to significantly contribute to the development of a clean, renewable energy future for this region.
This proposal is targeting a planning submission date in 2022 and once operational, would have the capacity to provide renewable energy for up to 500,000 homes.
This website provides information relating to NISA, including the incorporation of a considered approach to design along with photomontages of how the proposal would look when built. Information on this website, including the photomontages, will be updated as the project continues to develop and evolve.
Onshore surveys are being carried out to inform the design process of the NISA project.
As NISA will require cabling to connect to the existing electricity grid system, we will be carrying out surveys to determine the exact location of existing services within public roads in certain areas.
These initial investigations are planned to commence on the 8th August 2022 and will take approximately two weeks to complete. No road closures are required and traffic management systems will be in place as we endeavour to minimise any inconvenience during these operations.