The two coastal offshore farms Vesterhav Syd and Nord have been postponed by three years. The two projects totaling 350 MW were set to be commissioned in late-2020, but the company has now requested the project be postponed, informs the project's owner Vattenfall.
The reason for the postponement is a decision made by the Danish Energy Complaints Board (ECB) stating that the environmental impact assessment (EIA) must be re-examined. That process is estimated to take approximately one and a half years, including processing time, not only for the ECB but also at Vattenfall, Orbicon as well as hearings and complaint processes.
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