Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL)’s proposed offshore wind farm is located in the North Sea around 15 km off the Angus coastline. The site covers an area of approximately 150 km2 and will consist of turbines supported by fixed foundations and substructures. The project connects to the grid at the former Cockenzie Coal Power station in East Lothian. The project is currently under development and is expected to enter construction in 2020.
The project represents an important investment in Scotland’s energy infrastructure and will make a significant contribution to addressing climate change and energy security whilst providing economic opportunities for Scottish communities.
The project is being developed by Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL). ICOL aim to develop the project in open and collaborative way, working with all stakeholders to maximise opportunities and minimise any potential impacts.