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East Anglia ONE Cable Route Works
The Construction of East Anglia ONE commenced in 2017 and some final works are still being undertaken on site. To find out more about what activity is taking place please click here.
East Anglia THREE Public Information Days
We are holding two further drop-in information events ahead of onshore construction work beginning in July 2022, to present information on the construction of the convertor station at Bramford and installation of the cables. The events will take place in the following venues and at the following times:
- Village Hall, Playford, 28th June between 11am and 5pm
- Village Hall, Waldringfield, 29th June between 1pm and 7.30pm
Please refer to our events page for more information.
East Anglia TWO and ONE North Site Surveys
A number of visual walkover surveys and inspections are to take place along the entire cable route in the week commencing 27th June. Landowner access to the required fields has been agreed.
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East Anglia Projects. Construction and marshalling base - Sustaining part of 3000 construction jobs. State of the art new operations and maintenance base - 100 long term jobs. East Anglia THREE (69km from shore). Received planning consent in 2017. Next generation turbines generating up to 1200 megawatts. Potential to power almost 1000000 homes. East Anglia ONE North (36km from shore). Up to 67 turbines generating up to 800 megawatts. Potential to power up to 65000 homes. Development consent application planned to be submitted Autumn 2019. East Anglia ONE (43km from shore). 102 turbines generating up to 714 megawatts. Potential to power almost 600000 homes. First power expected to be generated Q3 2019. East Anglia TWO (31km from shore). Up to 75 turbines generating up to 900 megawatts. Potential to power up to 740000 homes. Development consent application planned to be submitted Autumn 2019.
*1400 MW installed capacity x 0.367 «offshore wind» load factor x 8760 hours / 3900 kWh annual consumption = 1,154,073 homes powered equivalent