Final barrier to Vesterhav Syd, Nord removed

Denmark's Energy Board of Appeal has processed a number of complaints and now confirms the Danish Energy Agency's construction permit for nearshore wind farms Vesterhav Syd and Vesterhav Nord.

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An extended tug-of-war over Vesterhav Syd and Vesterhav Nord has ended, and the final small potential barrier to the projects' realization is now removed. The Danish Energy Board of Appeal has just confirmed the Danish Energy Agency's construction permit for the two nearshore wind farms issued back in mid-December 2020.

The permit was a resumption of one given in 2016 which became subject to complaints from a total 59 entities, including associations. The appeals board states that 50 complaints have been rejected, while the remaining nine went through processing and were since denied.

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