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Fully Commissioned
Capacity:
588 MW
Location:
United Kingdom

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Name
Beatrice
Other names
BOWL
Country
United Kingdom
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Operator-Offshore Transmission

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Revenue (MWh)
140
Revenue (EUR/MWh)
158.73

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18 Dec 2019: Marine Scotland published the draft Sectoral Marine Plan (SMP) which sets out a strategic vision for future offshore wind energy development up to 2030 and beyond. The SMP aims to identify the most sustainable plan options for the future development of commercial-scale offshore wind energy in Scotland minimising potential adverse effects e.g. to marine sectors and the environment as well as maximising economic development. Initial scoping exercises identified 24 “Areas of Search” in 2018. Further analysis of opportunity and constraint modelling were used to progress the Areas to become draft plan Options ("DPO") and were assessed under a Sustainability Appraisal comprising of a Strategic Environmental Assessment (“SEA”), Habitats Regulations Appraisal (“HRA”) and Social and Economic Impact Assessment (“SEIA”). This draft Plan identifies 17 DPOs split across five regions and totals 14,646 km2, with a maximum development scenario of 28 GW. Due to project level constraints the draft Plan has been prepared according to low (3 GW), medium (5 GW) and high (10 GW) regional and national deployment scenarios which factor in these uncertainties. The development scenarios outlined in the Sustainability Appraisal equate to the operational development of approx. 2,000 km2 of seabed to deliver up to 10 GW of generating capacity. It is recognised, however, that due to the nature of the leasing and development processes and likely attrition rates,Crown Estate Scotland will need to offer Option Agreements for an area of 8,600 km2 to be likely to enable the operational development of up to 10 GW of generating capacity. The ScotWind leasing process is expected to commence following the publication of this draft Plan with Option Agreements to be concluded between CES and offshore wind developers after the Plan is adopted. The results of that Sustainability Appraisal and the draft Sectoral Marine Plan are being made available for consultation before final adoption by Scottish Ministers. Consultation will run until 25th March 2020. In the event that substantial changes are required as a result of this consultation process, further assessment and consultation may be required. A Post Adoption Statement, outlining any changes made to the draft Plan, will be published with the final Plan. The draft Plan is expected to be finalised and adopted in 2020. Simultaneously a Draft Offshore Wind Policy Statement was also published by Scottish Ministers which aims to set out the Scottish Government's ambitions for the future of offshore wind policy in Scotland, in light of the recent net zero by 2045 commitment (interim targets of 75% by 2030 and 90% by 2040) made by the First Minister. It also gives context to the draft Sectoral Marine Plan. The consultations will run in parallel until. The Statement lists potential barriers to development including transmission charging, radar interference, environmental and planning barriers and a lack of CfD support for innovation such as floating wind. The statement also examines future of innovations, synergies with other sectors e.g. hydrogen
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588 MW
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North Sea, Northern North Sea (Cromarty)
Latitude
58.254°
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