We know that offshore wind projects can bring significant benefits to local communities.
As the project is in its very early stages, it is too early to have defined Morgan and Mona’s benefits or impacts.
We will be considering the opportunities that may become available and keeping you up to date through this website.
As a project, our behaviour will be open, constructive, collaborative, and solutions-focused.
We will seek to:
Listen to our stakeholders, and engage with integrity and respect.
Set out our principles openly and transparently, published on our project website.
Recognise differences and work together to find mutually acceptable solutions that are reasonable and proportionate to our impact in the local area.
How and when are we consulting stakeholders? (indicative timeline)
Local authority engagement - Wales and England
Community introduction to project - what, where, when,
Consultation process - Anglesey, North Wales coast, Wirral/Liverpool, Lancashire coast.
Formal engagement for DCO submission
Scoping report published and public information day
Scoping opinion received from Planning Inspectorate
Publication of Statement of Community Consultation (SoCC)
Commence phase 1 community consultation
Ongoing engagement with community and stakeholders on refinement of project options
Commence phase 2 community consultation
Publish preliminary environmental impact report (PEIR) for consultation
Formal submission of documents (October 2023)
Working groups established through local authorities
Sector specific fora e.g. maritime engagement forum
Managed by ESIA contractor
Managed by CFLO and NFFO
Ferries and shipping
Managed through maritime forum
Government and regulatory engagement
National and local government
Other statutory consultees
Morgan and Mona health, safety and environmental commitment
We are enabling the world to be a better place by providing renewable energy to decarbonise energy systems.
We care about people — our employees and those that work with us.
We care about the planet — we provide clean energy to society, to reduce our impact and to protect and enhance biodiversity and habitats.
We care about the communities we work in — to be a force for good, to listen and collaborate with the people in the areas where we work.
To achieve our culture of care we:
genuinely care about each other
will not compromise our focus on safety
encourage and recognise speak up
understand how work actually happens
learn why mistakes occur and respond supportively
No matter what, we aim to do the right thing and meet our obligations, comply with the law of the countries we operate in, and look to continuously improve.