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An offshore wind farm will be built in the southwest of Jersey’s territorial waters, under proposals announced by the Council of Ministers. The plans for a facility of up to around 1,000MW would produce enough electricity to meet the Island’s own needs, with the remainder to be exported. 
 
The Ministers are proposing a three-phase approach: 
 
  • In principle consideration: This includes public engagement, industry engagement, and the States debate on the Proposition 
  • Leasing the seabed: This includes a competitive tender process and confirmation that a successful bidder has a legal right to develop the site 
  • Consenting: This includes the development consortium consulting with Islanders, assessing environmental impact and submitting a formal application for approval Islanders have previously shown strong support for renewable energy. 
 
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