Supporting the local, national and regional economy

As well as playing a role in the energy transition, our proposals for Morgan Offshore Wind Project Generation Assets will unlock significant economic benefits, both in terms of the jobs we will create and the supply chain opportunities that will be on offer for businesses across the UK.

Supply chain

We know that offshore wind projects bring significant benefits to their local communities and we think it’s incredibly important the local supply chain contributes to this project too. We have launched a dedicated supplier portal where local companies can pair their skills with the projects’ needs. The portal provides access for companies of all sizes to register their interest for future work. The project is encouraging UK-based suppliers to register their interest at particularly those with connections across North Wales and the north west of England.

Ports and harbours

We are engaging with ports and harbours around the Irish Sea that could support construction activities and then eventually operations and maintenance for the wind farms.

Your feedback

You can leave us feedback by using our consultation map link below. Or you can also fill in an online feedback form here.

All responses to this consultation must be received by midnight 4 June 2023. Responses received after this date may not be considered.

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You can view all our consultation materials and find out about our consultation events on our consultation hub. This includes our Preliminary Environmental Information Report (‘PEIR’), which forms the basis of this consultation.

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