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Morgan Offshore Wind Project is pleased to announce its first project update newsletter, keeping you up to date with the project’s progress and latest information. Click the link below to find out more.
Inside you will find information about our decision to reduce the wind project site development area, which will further mitigate effects on other marine users, and what you can expect from the next steps of the project’s development.
Should you have any questions about this newsletter or if you would like further information about the project generally, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.View update here
Online webinar event
Watch the recording of our online consultation event, broadcast on 3 May 2023Watch recording
Our statutory consultation on our latest proposals closed on Sunday 4 June 2023.
This was our second consultation on the latest design of the project. To view all materials relating to our recent statutory consultation, including our Preliminary Environmental Information Report (or ‘PEIR’), click the link below.Information Hub
This project is being brought forward as a joint venture between bp and Energie Baden- Württemberg AG (EnBW).
bp’s purpose is to reimagine energy for people and our planet. bp has set out an ambition to be a net zero company by 2050, or sooner, and help the world get to net zero. This strategy will see bp transform from an international oil company producing resources - to an integrated energy company providing solutions to customers. bp already has a significant onshore wind business in the US with a gross generating capacity of 1.7GW, operating nine wind assets across the country as well as a 5.2GW net offshore pipeline.
Energie Baden-Württemberg AG (EnBW) is one of the largest energy supply companies in Germany and Europe, with a workforce of 27,000 employees supplying energy to around 5.5 million customers. Installed renewable energy capacity will account for 50 percent of EnBW’s generating portfolio by the end of 2025. EnBW was among the pioneers in offshore wind power with its Baltic 1 wind farm in the Baltic Sea. EnBW has developed, constructed and operates four offshore wind farms in Germany with a total installed capacity of 945 MW. Another 960 MW from the offshore wind farm He Dreiht are currently under development; the final investment decision in March 2023 cleared the way for the start of construction.