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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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* Based on the following calculation: 714 MW (installed capacity) x 0.367 “offshore wind” average load factor (Digest of UK Energy Statistics) x 8,760 hours (hours per year)/3,900kwh (average domestic annual consumption) = 588,578 homes powered equivalent.

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East Anglia TWO/ONE NORTH Public Information Days (March 2018)

As part of our continuous commitment to engage with local communities, we will be holding East Anglia TWO/ONE NORTH public information days over two weekends (17th/18th and 24th/25th) in March 2018 at various locations. These events will provide members of the public an update on the progress of the East Anglia TWO and ONE North Projects and an opportunity to give feedback to the development team. Please visit the East Anglia TWO/ONE NORTH project pages for further information.


£10 million Contracts at The Port of Lowestoft for East Anglia ONE Offshore Windfarm

Lowestoft will be the home of SPR’s £2.5 billion offshore windfarm, and in order to develop a new state-of-the-art operations and maintenance base the company is leasing land adjacent to Hamilton Dock from ABP.


East Anglia ONE Offshore Windfarm Public Information Days: Horizontal Directional Drilling

The East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm developer, ScottishPower Renewables, is inviting local communities to attend a series of public information days in Suffolk to find out more about their upcoming programme of work to install cabling under railways, roads and rivers to connect the windfarm to the national grid.

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