1. Offshore Scoping Report submitted for a revised development

    23 May 2017

    Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL) is pleased to announce that a Scoping Report for the Revised Inch Cape Wind Farm has been submitted to the Scottish Ministers. This starts the formal process for a new application for a revised project design. The submission of this Scoping Report requests the scoping opinion from the Scottish Minsters on what information should be included and assessed in the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the Revised Inch Cape Wind Farm.

  2. Seal of Approval for Beach Clean up

    01 April 2015

    A team of enthusiastic volunteers from the Forth Estuary Forum, the Crown Estate, Forth Seabird Group, Fife Seal Group and Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL) joined forces to clean-up the island of Inchkeith in the Firth of Forth.

  3. RSPB Judicial Review

    13 January 2015

    The Inch Cape project has been specifically designed to minimise potential impact on the seabird population and other marine features in consultation with the experts advisors and authorities. Inch Cape have carried out extensive environmental impact assessments and consultation over the five years of project development work.

  4. Installation of the Offshore Met Mast

    03 November 2014

    During October 2014 the Project accomplished another very important milestone in its development: an offshore met mast has been installed to gather accurate wind resource, wind direction and wind velocity data.

  5. Scottish Government Approves Inch Cape Offshore Wind Farm

    10 October 2014

    Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL), a joint venture partnership formed between Repsol Nuevas Energías UK Limited (“Repsol”) (51%) and EDP Renewables UK Limited (“EDPR”) (49%), welcome today’s news that the Scottish Government has awarded consent for the construction and operation of the Inch Cape Offshore Wind Farm, situated in the Outer Firth of Tay.