As a consultation opens into a proposed offshore wind farm, Ministers have published a picture of what the turbines might look like from Corbière lighthouse
An online survey is asking what people think of a potential wind farm off Jersey's south west coast.
The ambition was announced last month for a privately-funded offshore wind farm that will generate six times more power than the island needs.
Ministers say it would be a hugely significant development - creating jobs, diversifying the economy and moving Jersey to renewable energy.
"In major projects such as this, the voice of the Island matters, and I strongly encourage Islanders to participate in this consultation.
By engaging and helping to shape this, you’re playing an active role in determining the best way forward, you’re supporting States Members with next year’s debate, and you’re helping the project move towards a shared vision.” - Economic Development Minister Deputy Kirsten Morel.
“I want to give Islanders the opportunity, right at the outset of this exciting project, to feed into it with their views and to help shape our States debate. We know there is a great deal of support in Jersey for renewable energy, and we also acknowledge that some will have concerns and questions that they’ll want to raise as part of this 14-week engagement and consultation period." - Environment Minister Deputy Jonathan Renouf.
Presentation are planned for:
• Wednesday 29 November 6pm to 7.30pm at St Brelade Parish Hall
• Tuesday 5 December 6:30pm to 8pm in the Assembly Room, Town Hall, St Helier
• Thursday 14 December 7pm to 8.30pm at Grouville School
There will be a parish roadshow where people can see the proposals and ask questions.
• Wednesday 22 November 6pm to 7.30pm at St Peter Parish Hall
• Thursday 23 November 8.30am to 10am at St Clement Parish Hall
• Saturday 25 November 10am to 12pm at the Town Hall, St Helier
• Tuesday 28 November 11am to 12.30pm at St Ouen Parish Hall
• Tuesday 28 November 1.15pm to 2.45pm at St Saviour Parish Hall
• Tuesday 28 November 3.30pm to 5pm at St Lawrence School Hall
• Saturday 9 December 10am to 11.30am at Communicare, St Brelade
• Monday 11 December 9am to 10.30am at St Mary Youth and Community Centre
• Tuesday 12 December 2pm to 3.30 pm at St Martin Public Hall
• Thursday 14 December 12:30pm to 2pm at Santander Work Café, St Helier Central
• Friday 15 December 10am to 11.30am at Trinity Parish Hall
An online survey can be found at www.gov.je/consultations. Paper versions of the survey will be available in Parish Halls.
The consultation runs until 5pm on Friday 16 February 2024.