Braymore Wind Park

Public Consultation 2022

A Public Consultation phase will run over a three-week period in May and June 2022 during which we will share information about Braymore Wind Park and seek feedback from the public.

This consultation is designed to share plans which are currently in the early stages of development.

Many decisions have yet to be made including the locations of landfall, substation and cable route, all of which will be selected through a rigorous site selection process.

The purpose of public consultation is to gather as much public opinion and feedback on the project as possible which in turn informs our plans and helps us to consider the impacts on those living and working in the vicinity of the wind farm.

All the feedback gathered will be recorded and appended to our consent applications.

In order to share this information as widely as possible we are taking an approach which we hope will facilitate stakeholders regardless of how they prefer to receive information.

We are committed to keeping stakeholders informed at all stages of development and will deliver two public events, an online webinar, far-reaching print and digital advertising and social media campaigns and targeted stakeholder briefings.

See below for details of our in person and virtual consultation events and to share your feedback via our online form

About Braymore Wind Park
OwnershipSSE Renewables
Project NameBraymore Wind Park
LocationIrish Sea, off the coast of Co. Louth, Co. Meath and Co. Dublin
Proposed MW capacityup to 1GW
Potential homes powered1,042,000 per annum
Potential carbon offset powered1 billion kgs per annum
ContactWe are here to answer your queries. Please get in contact with us using the details below, and our team will respond to you within two working days.

E: / T: (01) 655 6888

1,042,857 homes powered based on projected installed capacity, typical projected wind load factor of 50%, and typical annual consumption 4,200kWh. Quoted 1,033,680,000 kilos of carbon emissions abated based on projected annual MWh output and latest average CO2 Emissions (0.236g/kWh) in the All-Island Single Electricity Market, and published by the CRU in its Fuel Mix Disclosure and CO2 Emissions for 2020, October 2021.