There are hundreds of documents that make up SPR's Applications and we hope that this small selection will assist you in the issue(s) you have chosen to write about in your Written Representation (WR). When referring to any documents, please use the prefix APP-XXX so the Inspectors can find it easily.
You may wish to first read section para 31.3 of "Chapter 31 – Conclusions" as it will give you a taste of what SPR’s desk top studies reveal and their views on each Chapter– mainly: they will mitigate, there is no impact, there is minimal impact, there is no measurable impact (ie no desk top studies to reference), the Decommission effects will be no worse than the Construction effects of 4-7 years up to 30 years of operation and they don't state how long Decommission will take. There are many more areas where there is not enough information. We need to challenge these.
The above Chapters will often refer you to two other sections:
We hope the above selection of documents will be of assistance in evidencing your arguments and disputing SPR's ill-conceived plans. A full list of SPR application documents can be found in the Examination Library.
THE SEAS TEAM
“The government is very good at rhetoric, but we want to see action" Greentechmedia.com 11 January 2021
National Grid ESO (NG ESO) has issued its final Phase 1 report, which assesses the most beneficial approaches to offshore grid networks in order to deliver better outcomes for consumers and coastal communities.
Executives from National Grid Plc meet government officials on Thursday to discuss how a growing tangle of projects offshore can be best connected to the network on land. At the moment, wind farms at sea are each linked individually with separate cables. Combining some of those links could cut the amount of new infrastructure needed in half.