COLLABORATIVE ENERGY
AT THE HEART OF THE PROJECT

The project has been in joint development for several years now, bringing together the region’s representative bodies: local councillors, governmental departments, maritime professionals and habitual users, etc.

This collaborative approach is now being extended to local inhabitants.

The floating wind farm is part of the collaborative campaign that was launched in 2013 during the Conférence Régionale Mer et Littoral de Bretagne, the assembly ultimately responsible for selecting the Groix site. All parties continued working together to decide on the project best suited to safeguarding the marine environment and sea users. Over 30 meetings were held with around a hundred different stakeholders and bodies to tackle the subject.

This collaborative project was then appointed as the winner of the EOLFLO call for projects on 22 July 2016.

A STATE-DRIVEN JOINT PROJECT

Since then, fresh collaborative efforts have been made, spearheaded by the Préfet du Morbihan and Préfet Maritime de l’Atlantique authorities. Politicians, governmental departments, socio-economic representatives, maritime professionals, leisure boaters and environmental associations were all represented by the collaborative working group that first met on 15 December 2016, and is tasked with monitoring the project for its duration. The corridor to be used to connect the wind farm is due to be approved by the end of March during a plenary meeting chaired by the Préfet du Morbihan and attended by all those involved in this collaborative project.

PUBLIC AWARENESS-BUILDING
AND INVOLVEMENT

Local inhabitants have added their voices to developments. From January to May 2017, a public consultation was led by an independent controller appointed by the French commission for public debate (Commission Nationale de Débat Public). A dedicated website, FAQs, public meetings, local surgeries and travelling exhibitions were all set up to help members of the public get informed and involved. The public will be consulted again during a public survey due to take place as part of the application for authorisation process.

Consultation schedule

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Agenda

PUBLIC MEETING
14/02/2017
in Lorient

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PUBLIC MEETING
15/02/2017
in Erdeven

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PUBLIC MEETING
11/04/2017
in Quiberon

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PUBLIC MEETING
12/04/2017
in Belle-Ile/Le Palais

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PUBLIC MEETING
13/04/2017
in Groix

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SURGERY
02/05/2017
in Gâvres
10am at the town hall
Avenue des Sardiniers

SURGERY
03/05/2017
in Groix
10am at the town
hall Place de l’église

SURGERY
10/05/2017
in St-Pierre-Quiberon
10am at the town hall
70 rue Dr le Gall

SURGERY
11/05/2017
in Belle-Ile/Sauzon
10am at the town hall
Rue du Lieutenant Riou

PUBLIC CONSULTATION
CONTROLLER

The Commission Nationale de Débat Public appointed Bruno de Trémiolles as the public consultation controller. Independent and impartial, the controller is responsible for ensuring that the consultation runs smoothly, that the information provided by project owners EOLFI and RTE is honest and transparent, and that members of the public are provided with the means necessary to take part.

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