NISA

North Irish Sea Array

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SECURING OUR OWN ENERGY FUTURE

NISA Offshore Wind Farm

The North Irish Sea Array (NISA) is an offshore wind energy project with the potential to power up to 500,000 Irish homes with clean renewable energy.

Proposed off the coast of Dublin, Meath and Louth the project has the opportunity to deliver a secure energy future for Ireland, reduce our carbon emissions and support transformational change for communities.

Working with Local Communities

The NISA team has been working with communities since 2021, sharing project updates as the design evolved and ensuring we captured views and feedback.

Engagement is not simply about providing information. We want the community to engage proactively with us too.

NISA is a project that is ultimately about delivering for people and the future and we believe that everyone should have an opportunity to have an input into how the project is delivered.

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Project at a Glance

Current layout to include a maximum of 49 turbines

Will displace approximately half a million tonnes of CO2 per annum

Community Benefit Fund of approximately €4 million per annum

About the NISA Team

NISA is being delivered by a joint venture between Statkraft and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners.

Our local team of experts including NISA Development Director Tina Raleigh; Senior Project Manager Diarmuid Duggan; Consents Manager Anna Jamieson, and Engineering Manager Graham Thorpe have met with the community on a number of occasions to answer questions and discuss the project’s design.

The team combines strong development expertise with global experience in delivering projects of this scale.

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Photomontage Viewer

The location of each baseline photograph is surveyed to within 10cm of accuracy meaning the photomontages are extremely accurate in terms of location and size of the proposed turbines. These photomontages are created using an industry standard process and governed by very strict guidelines. They have also been peer reviewed as part of the proposed development’s EIA process, with no concerns regarding the validity of the photomontages.