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East Anglia

This is East Anglia ONE, but we are also progressing future projects in East Anglia - See map below for details.

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*Calculated taking the number of megawatts (714) multiplied by the number of hours in one year (8,766), multiplied by the average load factor for offshore wind (34.88 %, published by the Digest of United Kingdom Energy Statistics), divided by the average annual household energy consumption (4,115 kWh), giving an equivalent of powering 530,162 homes.


Latest News

11/05/2017

ScottishPower Renewables inspires the next generation of scientists and engineers

Nearly 1,000 children in Norfolk and Suffolk have been inspired by the wonder of wind power in a series of hands-on science workshops.

10/05/2017

Good News for Offshore Wind Sector - Jonathan Cole, Managing Director - Offshore

As key members of the offshore wind industry gather in Glasgow this week for the All Energy Conference, there should be plenty of grounds for optimism.  The industry is already delivering on its promises. By 2020 our sector will have delivered 10GW of installed capacity, providing clean and green electricity for 8 million homes. Over £30 billion of private sector capital will have been deployed, supporting thousands of high quality jobs and creating economic activity and opportunity in industrial towns and coastal communities around the country.

12/04/2017

Hartlepool-based businesses land two major contracts for East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm supporting 330 jobs

Hartlepool’s industrial sector has been boosted with the award of two major contracts to support the construction of ScottishPower Renewables East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm.

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