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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.


Latest News

05/01/2018

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.

20/12/2017

Onshore construction to stop over the festive period

All construction activity on the onshore cable route for East Anglia ONE, apart from some fuel movements, will stop from Friday 22nd December 2017 until Wednesday 3rd January 2018.

13/11/2017

Local jobs and investment boost from East Anglia ONE windfarm substation construction

During the Offshore Wind Week event in Lowestoft today, Friday 10th November, ScottishPower Renewables confirmed that construction work on East Anglia ONEs onshore substation in Bramford has kicked-off, with involvement from a significant number of..

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