We have published a key environmental scoping report for the North Celtic Sea offshore wind project
Public consultation open 16 May – 26 June
We would love to hear your views
Welcome. North Celtic Sea is a proposed offshore renewable energy development off the south east coast. The project will supply clean electricity for Irish homes and businesses.
Energia is one of Ireland’s leading energy companies, supplying approximately 20% of Ireland’s total electricity requirements
Energia is supporting Ireland’s climate action target to reduce carbon emissions by half by 2030 and becoming a carbon neutral country by 2050
North Celtic Sea will make a positive contribution to decarbonising our energy supply and reducing emissions. The project will supply 100% green electricity
North Celtic Sea will supply clean electricity for over 700,000 homes
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Energia is a leading developer and operator of renewable energy across the island of Ireland. We currently supply approximately 20% of the island of Ireland’s total electricity requirements and approximately 25% of wind power on the island. We’re the power behind schools, hospitals, public lighting and every aspect of life that needs energy to make things happen.
Our ‘Positive Energy’ Initiative will invest €3billion in renewable energy over the coming decade across the Island of Ireland with Energia Renewables leading the way. Our ambition is to remain a strong force for positive change within the energy industry and society in Ireland. We employ more than 1,000 talented people and as a community focused company, Energia Group are committed to supporting local communities through volunteering, charity and significant community funding.