- Aug 12, 2021 6:26 pm GMT
The construction of the energy islands and the accompanying offshore wind farms is subject to the Danish Environmental Assessment Act.
The artificial island in the North Sea will also have its own construction act – a Bill on Planning and Construction of an Energy Island in the North Sea. A consultation procedure for the Bill is in process until 18 August 2021.
The Danish Energy Agency is the authority responsible for the environmental impact assessment of the plans for the energy islands. The overall assignment awarded to Niras and Rambøll includes the preparation of a draft report in accordance with the provisions of the Danish Environmental Assessment Act, which the Danish Energy Agency will use in its environmental impact assessment of the plans for the energy islands. The data for this report will primarily consist of existing data.
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