Inis Offshore Wind is an Irish renewable energy firm working to enable a sustainable energy future for the people of Ireland. Backed by the Temporis Aurora Fund, whose investors include the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF), our purpose is to harness Ireland’s vast offshore wind energy potential to accelerate and deliver Ireland’s energy transition to a clean, sustainable, low-carbon system.
The Péarla Offshore Wind Farm is at a very early stage. Work began in late 2021 in response to the Irish Government’s Climate Action Plan. Learn more about the project timeline below.
Site selection process, feasibility study and constraint analysis undertaken to identify suitable area for potential offshore wind farm
Foreshore Investigation Licence (FSIL) submitted to Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage
Working closely with local communities and key stakeholders to ensure their views are heard and to maximise the positive impact our projects
Preliminary site investigation survey work for proposed Péarla Offshore Wind Farm and cable route
Maritime Area Consent (MAC) is required to develop in a specific maritime area. It grants the offshore developer exclusive option to develop offshore wind in that area
Public consultation pre submission of planning application to An Bord Pleanála
Planning application submission including Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIAR)
Public Information days and consultation
Planning permission granted by An Bord Pleanála
Construction commences on site
First power of offshore wind farm
Up to 1GW of offshore wind capacity brought into commercial production
The site is proposed to be located a minimum 40km off the Waterford and Wexford Coast. The site area is 275km² however the ultimate site will be refined over time and the eventual wind farm area will be substantially less, and potentially half this area.