Below you will find a summary of all the latest updates to our East Anglia projects: East Anglia ONE, East Anglia ONE NORTH, East Anglia TWO and East Anglia THREE. You can also view the latest updates on public information days, construction, and notices to mariners.
20/2/2020 | East Anglia
In 2018 ScottishPower Renewables donated £55,000 to East Coast College’s Offshore Wind Skills Centre, supporting 13 places on introductory and specialist training courses.
13/1/2020 | East Anglia ONE
Just ten years after winning the bid to develop the East Anglia Zone, our East Anglia ONE project has already delivered significant investment and employment opportunities in the region.
9/12/2019 | East Anglia ONE
Our East Anglia ONE Project has teamed up with the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership and the East of England Energy Group to promote skills in the wind industry across the region. We’ve gone into schools, developed courses at Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft’s East Coast College and sponsored post-graduate degrees at the University of East Anglia.
6/12/2019 | East Anglia ONE North | East Anglia TWO
An opportunity to make your representations to the Planning Inspectorate is now available and must be made by 27 January 2020.
26/11/2019 | East Anglia
In order to increase the speed of development of offshore wind power in the UK, ScottishPower Renewables has announced that it intends to combine three projects (East Anglia One North, Two and Three) into one single delivery programme with a capacity of 3,100 megawatts (MW), which will be known as The East Anglia Hub.
18/10/2019 | East Anglia ONE
The state-of-the-art new operations and maintenance building for East Anglia’s largest offshore windfarm to date has officially opened its doors.
25/09/2019 | East Anglia ONE North | East Anglia TWO
ScottishPower Renewables recently hosted a briefing session to guide communities through what happens once we have submitted our applications for Development Consent for East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North and the wider planning process.
15/08/2019 | East Anglia ONE
One of the unanticipated legacies of the East Anglia ONE windfarm will be a greater understanding of Suffolk’s history.
02/08/2019 | East Anglia ONE
Prior to construction being undertaken on the East Anglia ONE cable route, an Environmental Impact Assessment and a number of surveys were undertaken to observe species and habitats susceptible to disturbance during construction.
02/07/2019 | East Anglia ONE North | East Anglia TWO
Engaging with the local community is important to us and provides valuable insight to inform the development of our plans. We are pleased to share with you the first phase of updates to our proposals following this engagement.
25/06/2019 | East Anglia ONE
The successful installation of the first East Anglia ONE turbine represents a significant milestone for a project bringing an economic boost to the East of England and wider UK.
26/03/2019 | East Anglia ONE North
ScottishPower Renewables Phase 4 Consultation on the proposed East Anglia ONE North offshore windfarm project closed on 26 March 2019.
26/03/2019 | East Anglia TWO
ScottishPower Renewables Phase 4 Consultation on the proposed East Anglia TWO offshore windfarm project closed on 26 March 2019.
07/03/2018 | East Anglia | Press Release
ScottishPower can today confirm that as part of its £6bn investment plan it is actively pursuing future offshore wind projects in England and Scotland to ensure one third of the UK’s electricity can be produced by wind by 2030.
12/02/2019 | East Anglia | Press Release
The 75-metre long blades are being made at Siemens Gamesa’s Hull factory demonstrating ScottishPower Renewables’ commitment to UK content.
07/02/2019 | East Anglia ONE
The substation building is now complete, with commissioning activities and testing underway. All components for the substation are now in position and Internal high voltage cabling installation has begun. Landscaping of the surrounding area has also commenced.
07/02/2019 | East Anglia ONE
In a huge milestone moment for East Anglia ONE, the offshore substation has reached its home in the southern North Sea, some 59km from the coast of Lowestoft.