European Energy’s nearshore wind farm in Denmark is approved

European Energy’s nearshore wind farm in Denmark is approved

27 Apr 2022

European Energy’s Frederikshavn nearshore wind farm in Denmark has been given environmental approval by the Danish Energy Agency (DEA). The developer can now seek the remaining permits before construction is allowed to begin.

One of the next steps is applicating the project for an establishment permit. The DEA expects to take a final decision on that matter after public consultations are carried out.

Frederikshavn is planned to have up to 72MW: it will feature five turbines with capacities ranging from 21.6MW to 72MW. The equipment will be installed in an area correspondent to 5.5km².

The plant will be located only 4km off the coast, near the Port of Frederikshavn.

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