My name is Ben Huskinson and I am the Consenting Manager for Blue Gem Wind. Floating wind technologies are new to Welsh waters, so my role is to help the consenting team understand the technology and make sure that the project will be designed and operated in a manner that will not cause significant environmental impacts.
David Jones – Stakeholder Manager
My name is David Jones and I’m the Stakeholder Manager for Blue Gem Wind. This involves working with all interested parties, from supply chain companies, ports, UK and Welsh Government and coastal communities.
Sean Evans – Environmental Specialist
My name is Sean Evans and I’m an Environmental Specialist with Blue Gem Wind. In collaboration with the Consenting Manager, I work with our consultants and the wider project team to coordinate and deliver environmental consenting and impact assessment related work for Project Erebus.
My name is Lara Lawrie and I am the Assistant Project Manager for the Offshore EIA. I work with the team to deliver offshore consents, coordinate the process and manage stakeholder engagement relating to the marine environment.
Jonny Lewis – Project Manager - Offshore EIA
My name is Jonny Lewis and I am the Project Manager for the Offshore Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). The offshore EIA will assess the potential impacts of the proposed project and, via consultation with key stakeholders, seek to mitigate all impacts to acceptable levels.
Jenny Hazzard – Project Director for ITPEnergised
My name is Jenny Hazzard and I’m the overall Project Director for ITPEnergised (ITPE). My role is to oversee all the inputs being provided by ITPE. This includes advice on grid, electrical, engineering and the EIA as well as working closely with other advisors.
Emanuele Stella – Consenting Lead
My name is Emanuele Stella and I’m the Consenting Lead and onshore EIA lead for Project Erebus. My focus is on overseeing the consent process and coordinating inputs from various technical specialists, as well as playing a leading role in the stakeholder consultation process.
Welcome to our second Project Erebus public exhibition and consultation.
We do hope you take the opportunity to tell us your thoughts on what is Wales’ first floating offshore wind project. Engaging with and consulting coastal communities is an essential part of our approach to project development as we progress to planned operation in 2026.
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, we have decided to continue with a virtual approach to our exhibition and consultation to provide details of the proposed project, progress to date, and to answer any questions you may have. However, we will also be carrying out two in-person events alongside our virtual exhibition. These will be held in Hundleton Church Hall on 14th July from 2pm – 6pm followed by a second on 29th July in Angle Village Hall from 2pm – 7pm.
Please take your time viewing the information we have on display. We suggest you view the information boards chronologically and have numbered them accordingly. We have also provided videos, images and photomontages to help you understand our proposals.
We are formally accepting comments as part of this process until August 29th via our feedback form, however we keen ensure that you are able to share your views with us at any time.
Please do check out our website, FAQs and contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or feedback once the formal consultation period has closed.