1. Stakeholder Engagement Event: Carnoustie

    07 July 2012

    In July 2012 ICOL held a stakeholder engagement event at the Carnoustie Gala.  The gala is an annual community event which includes competitions and stalls held in the grounds of Carnoustie House.  90 people attended the Inch Cape stand at the gala with 40 subsequently completing questionnaires.  The results of these surveys will be made available via the Environmental Statement publication.

  2. Grid Connection Agreement

    02 January 2012

    In August 2011 Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL) applied to National Grid for a connection to the UK grid network. Following National Grid’s assessment of potential connection options along the UK east coast, an offer at Cockenzie East Lothian was accepted by ICOL in January 2012.

    ICOL will design, construct and consent both the offshore cable route and onshore substation infrastructure. A number of environmental and engineering studies are underway to identify the most suitable cable route and landfall options within the proposed study corridor.

    ICOL recognise that stakeholder and public consultation is an essential part of the design process and a key consideration in the determination of applications for consent. To ensure all interested parties and stakeholders are provided with the opportunity to engage with the planning process, we encourage you to keep in touch via this webpage for updates on our planned events throughout 2012 and 2013.

  3. Natural Power Appointed

    07 September 2011

    Natural Power, a leading international renewable energy consultancy group, have been appointed by Inch Cape Offshore Limited to provide Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) co-ordination on the proposed Inch Cape Offshore Wind Farm.

  4. Repsol purchases SeaEnergy Renewables

    06 June 2011

    Repsol has purchased 100% of Aberdeen-based SeaEnergy Renewables in a deal which brings Repsol development rights to 3 Scottish projects: Inch Cape; Moray Firth and Beatrice.