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1000 MW
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Germany

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N-11-1
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19 Jun 2020: On 19th June the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) published the first update to its Area Development Plan (FEP) following the increase on offshore wind targets to 20 GW by 2030 and 50 GW by 2040. The FEP provides the framework for the spatial and temporal development of offshore wind farms in the North and Baltic Seas. It also defines how and when these areas should be connected to the onshore power grid. The draft FEP includes plans for tenders for to be launched from 2021-2025 with commissioning from 2026-2030. Planned areas include N-3, N-6, N-7, N-9 and N-10, in the North Sea and O-1.3 in the Baltic Sea with a total targeted capacity of 9.688 GW. Timeline considers 1 GW to be tendered per year from 2021-2023, 3 GW in 2024 and 4 GW in 2025. The FEP also incorporates plans for post-2030 with areas in N-11, N-12 and N-13 totalling ~10 GW to be tendered after 2025 and built after 2030. The FEP specifies standardised technology and planning principles for the associated connection systems. This includes the use of 66 kV direct connection between the turbine array and the converter platform which eliminates the need for a substation and intermediate 155 kV HVAC cables. From 2029 a new connection concept will also be used which includes 525 kV HVDC cables and transmission capacity of 2 GW per cable system. This will be more space efficient and reduce environmental impacts. Compared to the representation in FEP 2019, areas N-9 to N-13 in this preliminary draft have been enlarged. In area N-9, four areas of approximately the same size are defined as part of this plan and two areas in N-10. The entire area of N-10.2 is not fully required to meet 20 GW by 2030 target. Areas N-4 are under review with a view to possible subsequent use but not included in currents plans due to conflicts of use. Area N-5, some sites considered for later expansion but generally less favourable. Particularly areas N-5.4 due to environmental and conservation issues. N-8 is considered spatially difficult and inefficient. Southern areas within O-1 have conflicts of use. Area O-2.2 is in question but has conflicts of use with shipping areas. The development of the open spaces in area O-6 could result in additional potential for post 2030. However, this is subject to the actual availability of the space. Spatial descriptions of the converter platforms in areas N-3 to N-7 and the transformer platforms in areas O-1 and O-2 are unchanged. Compared to the FEP 2019, the platform NOR-3-2 was moved about 1.3 km to the north. It is now considered feasible and cost efficient to use 66 kV direct connection concept for N-6 as well based on further studies. A 66 kV development is also planned for area N-9. The converter platform NOR-9-1 is planned in the middle between the surfaces N-9.1 and N-9.2. The NOR- 9-2 converter platform opens up and is centered between the surfaces N-9.3 and N-9.4. In area N-10, a converter platform, NOR-10-1, is planned in the middle between N-10.1 and N-10.2. To connect areas in N-11 to N-13 after 2030 would require the construction of five additional offshore networks (NOR 12-1, NOR 12-2, NOR 11-1, NOR 11-2, NOR 13-1) For the first time, the BSH is also providing so-called other energy production areas for consultation in the preliminary draft submitted. In these areas, innovative forms of energy generation, for example for hydrogen production without connection to the public power grid, are to be tested. Two areas in zones 1 and 2 have also been reserved for other energy generation these include SEN-1 (approx. 28.8 km²) in zone 2 of north sea and SEO-1 (approx. 7.8 km²) in Baltic Sea. The other energy production area SEO-1 is under review due to possible usage conflicts with regard to nature conservation issues, especially bird migration. A consultation on the draft documents will now be held until 20th July and a final version of the FEP is expected to be ready by the end of the year.
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