As part of the Energy Agreement 2018, all political parties stood behind a decision to build three new offshore wind farms in Denmark before 2030.
On February 28th 2019, the parties to the Energy Agreement decided that the first of the three offshore wind farms should be located in the North Sea west of Nissum Fjord, and at a distance of min. 20 km from the shore.
The new wind farm is named “Thor” after Thorsminde, the nearest village on the shore of Jutland. The offshore wind farm will have a capacity of min. 800 MW and max. 1.000 MW.
This site will post news and documents related to the tender process for the Thor offshore wind farm.
Stakeholder dialogue on site-investigations to be held 13 May in Copenhagen
The DEA and the Danish TSO, Energinet, will undertake a technical dialogue on site-investigations for the Thor tender on May 13 in the afternoon. The technical dialogue is aiming at relevant stakeholders interested in participating in the Thor tender and will take place in Copenhagen. A detailed program for the event will be posted in the coming weeks.
Registration for the conference is now open, please send email to Special Advisor Søren Dale Pedersen, firstname.lastname@example.org and register no later than 6 May 2019.