Print versions of their 2020  “Europe – Offshore Wind Projects” and “North America – Offshore Wind Projects” maps are now available. These are updated from the previous Free digital editions released in April and May.

These maps are published every year and shows all areas in where offshore wind farming is proposed, planned under construction or in place. Offshore wind farm areas are colour-coded to show the stage that area is at together with the developer, proposed  generating capacity and number. of turbines. This includes areas in offshore rounds, areas under application, areas granted and fully consented areas.

These maps will be available free at whatever major conferences and exhibitions still run this year and in 2021. However in an effort to increase circulation of print versions of the maps the company are increasing the numbers of maps that we post out directly to Offshore Wind Farm owners,consortia members and developers. 

With that in mind La Tene Maps are inviting Offshore Wind Farm owners and developers to submit names and addresses of relevant personnel to us to receive free copies of the printed maps. Recipient Information should be sent to info@latenemaps.com with MAP MAIL LIST in the subject line and we will add them to our mail list to receive free printed maps as they come out. 

The next map out will be the “World – Offshore wind Projects Map” Which will be available digitally shortly and in print format around the end of the month. 

For further information on the these maps and other offshore wind farm projects maps contact John Coleman <johncoleman@latenemaps.com>, telephone: 353 868570599 or go to the website www.latenemaps.com

08.06.2020

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La Tene Maps has been producing industry orientated maps for over 25 years. The company is Europeʼs main producer of maps on renewable energy subjects like Anaerobic Digestion, Biomass, Energy from waste (Efw), Hydropower, Landfill Gas, Ocean Energy (Wave and Tidal), Solar PV, Wind Energy.