Seascape Effects by Wind Turbine — 35km

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Seascape effects of wind turbines up to 35km from shoreline are downloadable as GIS shapefiles.SEAI commissioned a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA), completed in 2010, to inform policy-making in the Offshore Renewable Energy Development Plan (OREDP). One set of SEA evaluations was seascape assessments. In 2014 the OREDP was published. (References to both reports below).A zipped collection of shapefiles in spatial reference system WGS 84 (EPSG:4326) is downloadable below. The shapefiles assign category values of seascape effects around the Irish coast (excl. N. Ireland). Appendices in SEA Volume 4 describe these category values in detail (reference below). All SEA volumes are accessible by using the search bar in SEAI's website ( Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) offers wind-energy data in its Wind Atlas, a digital map of Ireland's wind energy resource ( SEAI's wind-energy datasets assist wind energy planners, developers and policy makers. References SEA Environmental Report Volume 1: Non-Technical Summary. October 2010. Environmental Report Volume 4: Appendices. October 2010. Renewable Energy Development Plan — A Framework for the Sustainable Development of Ireland's Offshore Renewable Energy Resource. February 2014.

Data Resources (2)

Seascape effects at 35km in WGS 84 (EPSG:4326)
Webpage of SEAI Wind Atlas

Data Resource Preview - Seascape effects at 35km in WGS 84 (EPSG:4326)

Ríomhphost Teagmhálaí
Téama Fuinneamh
Dáta eisithe 2010-10-31
Nótaí Cearta Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Minicíocht Nuashonraithe Riamh
Teanga English
Clúdach Geografach i bhformáid GeoJSON {"type":"Polygon","coordinates":[[[-11.5, 50.5],[-11.5, 56.5], [-5.5, 56.5], [-5.5, 50.5], [-11.5, 50.5]]]}
SRS WGS 84 (EPSG:4326)
Eolas Dualfhoinse Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) of the Offshore Renewable Energy Development Plan (OREDP) in the Republic of Ireland. An Environmental Report commissioned by the SEAI and completed October 2010.