“As we want to continue to grow our offshore wind business, I am very pleased to announce that we have set the stage for further growth. Together with our partners, we have entered into leases with The Crown Estate for the development of four offshore wind farm extension projects in the UK. In addition, we have decided to develop the remaining leases for the seabed at our Rampion project site. With a proportional rwE share of approximately 1.3 gigawatts, this gives a boost to our project pipeline and strengthens RWE`s position as the world`s second largest player in offshore wind. Seabed rights granted under new leasing procedures will apply to provisional rights. The development of projects within tendered areas is still subject to the legal planning procedure, with land development leases/licences only being granted by The Crown Estate, provided that all necessary legal authorisations are granted. The Crown Estate holds confidentiality agreements with certain organisations that are able to share data with us and have no commercial interest in the information, for example non-governmental organisations (NGOs). We will work with this group at the phase of each website proposal/offer discussion process and share any information that will be passed on to developers who will receive assigned websites to support their approval process. Interested organisations must register their data with us to be involved in the engagement activity. Please fill out the form on the right and return it. RWE and its partners have signed four of the agreements that expand capacity at the Gwynt y Môr, Galloper, Greater Gabbard and Rampion wind farms.
UK Crown Estate awards offshore renewal contracts If you would like to update individual contact details, please email us: [email protected] For more information, please contact: Eskil Eriksen T: +47 95882534 E: email@example.com “In combination with the existing portfolio of projects already in operation, construction and planning, these measures will bring the UK pipeline to over 40 GW,” the property said. The Crown Estate wishes to better understand the interactions that the proposed rental/license areas have with other users or interests of the sea and to share this information with any applicant seeking development rights.. . . .