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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.
East Anglia ONE windfarm team come seventh in Dragon Boat Festival and donates funds to Lowestoft RNLI Lifeboat Station
ScottishPower Renewables’ East Anglia ONE windfarm team, based at OrbisEnergy in Lowestoft, has leant its support to the East Anglian community by making a donation to Lowestoft RNLI Lifeboat Station as part of this year’s East Anglian Dragon Boat Festival.
Work begins on construction of 'home' for East Anglia ONE windfarm as £2.5m contract is signed with Great Yarmouth's 3sun Group
Construction work has begun to build the hub of the East Anglia ONE windfarm in Lowestoft as part of a £25 million investment. The new operations and maintenance building, which is to be constructed at Associated British Ports’ Hamilton Dock, Lowestoft, will support the day-to-day operations of the windfarm being developed by world leading clean energy provider, ScottishPower Renewables.
Rare Neolithic trackway uncovered by offshore windfarm work
A rare Neolithic wooden trackway, dating from 2,300BC has been uncovered at the end of one of Europe’s largest archaeological digs in recent years, forming the centrepiece of a prehistoric monument in Suffolk.