Wind farm development plan dropped



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Celtic Array has announced it is pulling out of all its proposed wind farm developments in the Irish Sea zone.

It said its decision to stop development was the result of ‘challenging’ seabed conditions that make its projects economically unviable with current technology.

Celtic Array, a joint venture between Centrica and Dong Energy, had spend four years planning its 2.2GW Rhiannon wind farm scheme, which would be 34km south east of the Manx coast, and had just completed the second round of a costly statutory consultation.


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