Rhiannon Wind Farm Offshore Wind Farm

United Kingdom
Cancelled
2200 MW Capacity
31 Jul 2014: The developers, Centrica and DONG, and the Crown Estate have agreed that the developers will cease development on the entire zone and terminate their seabed rights. The assessment of the zone has shown challenging ground conditions which using current technology make the project economically unviable. There are no plans to re-offer the zone to the market.
4C Offshore | Location Map: Lat(53.676) Lon(-4.238)
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Name
Rhiannon Wind Farm
Other Names
Zone 9, Irish Sea South East Potential Development Area, Celtic Array Rhiannon
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United Kingdom
Development Status
Cancelled
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Developer

Celtic Array Limited

Celtic Array Limited

Owner

Centrica Renewable Energy Limited

Centrica Renewable Energy Limited

Owner

Ørsted A/S (formerly DONG Energy AS)

Ørsted A/S (formerly DONG Energy AS)

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