This is East Anglia ONE, but we are also progressing future projects in East Anglia - See map below for details.
*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.
ScottishPower Renewables agrees contract with Van Oord to install steel jackets on East Anglia ONE
ScottishPower Renewables has contracted marine engineering specialist Van Oord to transport and install the foundation jackets on the East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm. Van Oord, as contractor, will use Seajack’s state-of-the-art Scylla as the main installation vessel for the works, the world’s largest and most advanced working in offshore wind. The contract will support 140 current positions with Seajacks, and allows the company to create up to 75 new jobs.
Pre-construction works commencing for East Anglia ONE
After years of planning, surveying and liaising with stakeholders, January 2017 will see ScottishPower Renewables commence pre-construction works for East Anglia ONE, which is the first major step in constructing the offshore windfarm.