Reducing the consenting risk for offshore wind farm developments to better inform consenting authorities on the true environmental risk of offshore wind
The Offshore Renewables Joint Industry Programme (ORJIP) Offshore Wind is a collaborative programme that aims to:
The programme pools resources from private and public sector bodies to fund projects that better inform consenting authorities on the true environmental risk of offshore wind.
The Carbon Trust has managed ORJIP Offshore Wind since its inception in 2012.
ORJIP Offshore Wind Stage 2, launched in July 2019, building on the learnings gained through Stage 1. The programme will run to 2023 during which time it will provide a framework to identify, develop, initiate and conduct strategic research and development projects.
ORJIP Offshore Wind is a joint industry project open to public and private stakeholders who share a strategic interest in the growth of offshore wind capacity and will commit resource and funding to help advance programme objectives. Requests to join ORJIP Offshore Wind can be made at any time and are subject to review by the ORJIP Offshore Wind Steering Group.
The programme makes use of the substantial level of knowledge and expertise within the offshore wind sector and beyond, through participation in the following:
To find out more contact ORJIP@carbontrust.com