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Rosslare Europort Access Road Works

The approach road to Rosslare Europort will have a stop/go system in place for six weeks from Monday 13th May 2024. See our News section for more information

Public consultation: Rosslare Offshore Renewable Energy Hub

29 May 2024

Rosslare Europort, supported by Port Authority, Iarnród Éireann, is embarking on a journey to become the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) hub for Ireland’s South-East. The hub will service the emerging offshore wind industry and help support the government’s offshore wind target of seven gigawatts of power from ORE by 2030.

While Rosslare Europort is ideally located to service the Offshore Wind (OSW) sector, particularly for developments in the Irish and Celtic seas, significant infrastructure works are required to ensure suitable port facilities are in place to support the construction and ongoing operations of Rosslare Europort as an ORE hub.

The Rosslare ORE Hub Project can deliver the accessibility and key infrastructure required to serve the various stages of the OFW projects including marshalling, assembly, staging and load out of key components as well as the ongoing operation, maintenance, and crew transfers that will take place when the industry is up and running.

Full details of the project, and non-statutory public consultation taking place until 23rd June, are available at – please also note that a public engagement event will take place at Rosslare Europort on Thursday 30th May from 15:00hrs to 20:00hrs. The project team will be available to assist with any queries.