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UKSON 79 Simon Gooder. Offshore Renewable Energy Installations An update. UKSON 79 Simon Gooder.

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ukson 79 simon gooder
UKSON 79 Simon Gooder

Offshore

Renewable

Energy

Installations

An update

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UKSON 79 Simon Gooder

“……..the MCA seeks to facilitate delivery of the Government’s Kyoto targets whilst safeguarding maritime safety.”

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OREI Update Simon Gooder

Headlines

  • R2 applications being received
  • Industry reluctance to adopt MGN 275 guidance
  • Wet renewables
  • Radar interference
  • Marine spatial planning – horizon scan
  • Workload/volume increasing

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Simon Gooder

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orei update

Wet Renewables

  • European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) - Orkney
    • Ocean Power Delivery (“sea sausage”)
    • Eday site - (submersible turbines – 1st = Open Hydro )
  • Lynmouth, Marine Current Turbines, installation May 2003 (rotor) – ES Scoping to add 10
  • Other potential MCT sites off Wales
  • Strangford Lough – consented
  • Wave Dragon, approaches to Milford Haven (wave overtopping), relocated + ES Scoping
  • Swansea tidal lagoon – ES Scoping

OREI Update

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sw wave hub atba

Simon Gooder

SW WAVE HUB ATBA

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SW Wave Hub proposed ATBA

Busiest Day + 10nm radius

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SW Wave Hub proposed ATBA

Why an ATBA?

  • Organises traffic in area of offshore exploitation (GPSR para 1.2.4)
  • Proximity to limits of Territorial Sea
  • Proportionate response to the risk
  • Improves the safety of navigation
  • Longer term implications

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SW Wave Hub proposed ATBA
  • It is considered that such an IMO adopted routeing measure will have minimal impact to shipping and ports.
  • It will enable mariners to make decisions earlier to avoid the area of potential risk thereby promoting marine and navigational safety.
  • It is offered that doing nothing is not an option and that by being proactive there is the opportunity to influence outcomes.

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Simon Gooder

  • SW Wave Hub – meetings
  • 24 Jan 06 at Trinity House – Halcrow, Anatec, THLS, CoS, DTI, DfT & MCA.
  • 4 Apr 06 at DTI - THLS, CoS, RYA, NLB, UKMPA, DTI, DfT & MCA.

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SW Wave Hub Simon Gooder

Stakeholders’ views:

  • Initially warm to compromise location.
  • “Sea lanes” issue is evident, especially when viewed cumulatively.
  • Risk seen as too high
  • Move it anywhere away from shipping
  • Preferably, to off Newquay.

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SW Wave Hub Simon Gooder

MCA current view on revised location

  • Tolerable with appropriate safeguards
  • Proportionate response to the risk
  • Need to maintain the safety of navigation
  • Proximity to limits of Territorial Sea – fully within UK’s jurisdiction
  • Sensitive to longer term implications
  • Need to be pro-active rather than reactive.

…………..now await their application.

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