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Dong takes a step towards a new 2.4 GW offshore wind farm

The energy company has presented a preliminary environmental report that will pave the way for a large wind farm in five to eight years.

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Dong Energy presented a preliminary environmental report Thursday concerning a 2.4 GW offshore wind project Hornsea 3. The report is presented as part of a public hearing process which will run ahead to September 20 by holding information meetings in seven locations within the area. This is the third time that these hearings are held around the project, reveals Dong in a press release.

"As we develop the project, it is crucial for us to keep returning to the community at various stages to ensure they are kept up to date as plans develop," says Stuart Livesey, Project Development Manager.

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