Project overview:

Shared Landfall and Onshore Cable Infrastructure for Cable Colocation Feasibility Study

Awardee:

Offshore Wind Consultants (OWC)

Started:

Q1, 2022

Technical Challenge Area:

Electrical Power Systems

Completed:

Q1, 2023

Synopsis:

The aim of the proposed study is to quantify and assess the benefits and risks of a shared landfall and onshore infrastructure concept to co-locate transmission cables from multiple offshore wind projects. This proposal provides a stepwise pathway to coordinate industry stakeholders' challenges and insights and develop a design concept.

Target Outcomes:

1
Develop a design for co-locating transmission cables from multiple offshore wind projects.
2
Include key stakeholder input at multiple points in the project, concluding the project with a stakeholder workshop to communicate results.
3
Evaluate shared landfall based on technical performance, overall project economics, environmental impacts, and landside stakeholder impact.

NOWRDC Project Manager

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Program Manager

Project Principle Investigator

Jeff Fodiak
US Country Manager and Principal Electrical Consultant, Offshore Wind Consultants (OWC)

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