Permitting issues leaves new offshore wind farm in Denmark uncertain
Danish developer HOFOR has put the development of the 286 MW Aflandshage offshore wind park on hold, siting issues with attaining revised permits to move forward. HOFOR originally attained the necessary establishment permits in November 2022, but was revoked in June 2023, due to local complaints. HOFOR had already lined up a number of contracts for the project, including foundations from Poland based Aarsleff and turbine installation with Cadelers Wind Ocra, all of which are now uncertain. HOFOR has not yet pulled the final plug on the project and awaits feedback from Danish authorities.
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