Vattenfall's coastal farms under renewed processing

The Danish Energy Agency will produce a new EIA supplement on wind farm Vesterhav Syd and is also preparing to review its neighboring farm for environmental impacts. Vattenfall maintains its deadline for a 2019 start on operations.

Shortly before Christmas, the Danish Energy Board of Appeal rejected the EIA report for wind farm Vesterhav Syd submitted as part of its construction license application, deemed not sufficiently concrete as the permit was awarded in January 2017. The Danish Energy Agency (DEA) has been requested to prepare an EIA supplementary report to assess the environmental impact of the Vattenfall project, halting operations until the report is approved.

This process has now begun, reports DEA.

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