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Offshore Consenting and Development – Creating Value and Reducing Risk

November 8, 2018

Natural Power is delighted to be delivering the training session ‘Offshore Consenting and Development – Creating Value and Reducing Risk’ on behalf of Greentech Skillnet at the IWEA Training Facility, Naas, Co. Kildare on 14th and 15th November 2018.

The aim of this programme is to provide participants with an understanding of the current regulatory requirements, with particular guidance on EIS and NIS preparation for offshore renewable energy projects and practical considerations in developing and consenting offshore wind projects in Irish territorial waters. The course will draw upon lessons learned from UK and European experiences. Download the training flyer here – IWEATrainingCourseFlyer_Nov18.

Places are limited and the course is almost full so if you’d like to attend, please contact

Natural Power Ireland operates from its main office in Sandyford in Dublin and provides a wide range of consultancy and contracting services to all phases of renewable energy projects, including: planning and environmental, resource analysis and analytics, construction, site investigation, operational and asset management and due diligence services across the range of renewable energy technologies (on and offshore wind, solar, hydro, biomass), energy storage and infrastructure type projects.

The business has recently been involved in a number of Irish wind farm projects; acting as owner’s engineer and construction project manager for Meenwaun Wind Farm in County Offaly, providing owner’s engineer, ecological clerk of works and hydrological monitoring services on Teevurcher Wind Farm in County Meath, where pre-construction survey work was also handled by Natural Power and asset management will be provided once the site is handed over. Natural Power is also acting as owners’ engineer at the 35MW Glanaruddery wind farm in County Kerry, and acted as technical adviser on behalf of Greencoat Renewables for the acquisition of Coillte’s shareholding in its portfolio of operating wind generation assets across Ireland.

Natural Power is a leading independent renewable energy and infrastructure consultancy. This business as a whole employs 350 staff globally with more than 20 employed through the Dublin office.

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