HTOD 4 Offshore Wind Farm

Germany
Cancelled
570 MW Capacity
08 Jun 2016: The Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) has received a planning application for HTOD 4, however the BSH has expressed its intention to not grant any further authorisations until the 16th June 2018 under the extension and amendment of the latest development freeze. Only those projects granted approval according to Section 2 of the Marine Facilities Ordinance (SeeAnIV), or those that have held a hearing for the project's application according to the Marine Facilities Ordinance (SeeAnIV), and located in North Sea Cluster 1-8 or Baltic Sea Cluster 1-3 will be considered for the tender rounds scheduled for 2017. A project could also be a contender if it is located in the 12nm zone and has been awarded the final construction permit according to §4 of the Federal Pollution Control Act. HTOD 4 is located in the North Sea Zone 4 and may be a future contender for a competitive tender process, in which the current owner will be required to relinquish the project site, in order for the site to be put out to auction. A schedule for rescinding the sites and holding the future tenders has not yet been declared, therefore the project is expected to be dormant until further action is taken by the government.
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