GDG to conduct National Ports Study in Ireland

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Offshore engineering and design consultancy, Gavin & Doherty Geosolutions Ltd (GDG), has announced that it has been commissioned by Wind Energy Ireland to undertake a study of Ireland’s national ports.

Official Press Release GDG:

GDG commissioned for National Ports Study

Given the imminent development of the offshore wind sector in Ireland, consideration must be given to the practical requirements allowing for successful delivery. Port infrastructure to service the renewables industry is currently recognised as a key area requiring attention.

To understand the suitability of Irish ports to service the sector for manufacturing and staging, the status of the existing infrastructure needs to be established, and the potential for future infrastructure assessed where necessary. Further to recent regulatory agreements, a clear pathway is being developed to achieving the Climate Action Plan target of at least 5 GW of offshore wind energy by 2030. However, at this stage the majority of the existing port infrastructure in Ireland is... ... More: Official Press Release GDG

GDG, Ireland, Wind Energy Ireland, National Ports Study, offshore, wind industry, renewable enerrgy

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