A total of ten applications were submitted for the construction of an offshore wind farm

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 4/2/2024, Location: Europe

April 1 was the deadline for submitting competing applications for the construction of an offshore wind farm on the areas of Saare 2.1, Saare 2.2 and Saare 3. Three developers are competing for the Saare 2.1 and Saare 2.2 areas, and four for the Saare 3 area.

Estonia Offshore Wind DevCo OÜ, Deep Wind Offshore AS and OÜ Utilitas Wind submitted their competing application for the Saare 2.1, Saare 2.2 and Saare 3 areas. Sunly Wind OÜ, the first applicant, is also competing for the Saare 3 area.

The TTJA checks the compliance of all submitted competing applications with the provisions of the Construction Code and then forwards them to the relevant state authorities for an opinion. After receiving feedback from the state authorities, the TTJA evaluates the competing applications according to the guidelines set forth in the law. Applications that meet the requirements will be auctioned no later than 60 days after the results of the application evaluation have been confirmed. Presumably, the auctions of Saare 2.1, Saare 2.2 and Saare 3 will take place in June 2024.

The starting price of the auction in the case of loading a public water body with a wind power plant is 15,000 euros per square kilometer. The area of ??Saare 2.1 is approx. 163.8 km² and the starting price of this area is €2,457,000, the area of ??Saare 2.2 is approx. 88.5 km² and the starting price is approx. €1,327,500 and the area of ??Saare 3 is 20.1 km² and its starting price is €301,500. The winner of the auction is the participant who made the highest bid and paid this amount, and the building permit and environmental impact assessment procedure will be initiated in relation to his application no later than 90 days after the announcement of the winner of the competition.

After the initiation of the procedure, the applicant together with the expert group will prepare an environmental impact assessment program, followed by the preparation of studies and an environmental impact assessment report. The permit procedure ends with the TTJA's decision on granting a building permit.


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