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Multi-billion pound offshore wind farm could be operational by early 2030s

Firm behind 'major' £4 billion plans expected to hold a number of public meetings

The world's largest offshore renewable energy developer could have a wind farm up and running in Manx waters by the early 2030s.

Ørsted will discuss its £4 billion proposals at a series of public meetings later this month.

The Isle of Man would lease the seabed - off the coast of Maughold Head - for the 'major' project.

A planning application for consent is expected to be submitted to government in early 2025.

Development Director John Galloway believes the Island has high potential:

Residents are invited to attend the meetings to meet the team behind the plans, make suggestions and highlight concerns:

  • Monday, 20 November: Laxey - The Laxey Glen Pavilion, The Laxey Glen
  • Tuesday, 21 November: Ramsey - Milntown House, Lezayre Road,
  • Wednesday, 22 November: Peel - Kelvin Dawson Community Hub, Peel Football Club, Douglas Road
  • Thursday, 23 November: Port Erin - Erin Arts Centre, Victoria Square
  • Saturday, 25 November: Douglas - Villa Marina, Promenade Suite

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