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Morgan&Mona-windfarm

Morgan and Mona wind farms

Morgan – meaning “sea chief” in Old Welsh

Mona – from Ynys Môn, the Isle of Anglesey

Mona

We are pleased to confirm that the Mona Offshore Wind Project’s application for development consent has been accepted for examination.

To view the application documents on the Planning Inspectorate’s website, please click here.

For more information about Mona, please visit the project website here.

Morgan consultation

Our consultation for Morgan has now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part and provided feedback about the proposals.

We are now carefully considering all of the feedback we received, alongside further technical work and environmental assessments.

Visit the consultation website here.

Indicative timeline

2021

  • Habitats Regulations Assessment by The Crown Estate (TCE)

  • Establish project companies

2022

  • Signing of Agreement for Lease with the Crown Estate

  • Onsite environmental studies and project planning

2023

  • Second stage of consultation

2024

  • Application for Development Consent Order (DCO), Marine License

2025

  • Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction for power-off take agreement

2027

  • Expected Final Investment Decision (FID), TCE Lease

2028

  • First grid connection for power export commissioning of offshore substations

2029

  • Expected start – Commercial Operation Date (COD)