Press Releases

22/12/2022

East Anglia ONE: Keeping the Christmas lights on

The team who run the East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm will be working hard at its Lowestoft base throughout Christmas so homes have the power they need.

25/10/2022

Charlie Jordan: Celebrating Wind Week 2022

Wind Week is a great opportunity to celebrate everything we do as a renewables business and showcase how working to deliver a cleaner, greener and better future, quicker benefits us all.

24/08/2022

Paper Mill Lane chosen as preferred Construction Consolidati...

Following the completion of site access points at three Consolidated Construction Sites (CCSs) in July, Paper Mill Lane has been chosen as the location for the installation of the full CCS. The remaining work includes the provision of office cabins, welfare, parking and storage facilities for equipment and materials.

15/07/2022

Bramford converter station construction begins

Construction began on the East Anglia THREE onshore converter station in July 2022.

07/07/2022

Installation of Construction Consolidation Sites

Work will begin installing temporary Construction Consolidation Sites (CCSs) in July. A CCS will be used for office space, welfare, parking and the storage of equipment and materials.

26/05/2022

Cable Route Works – Summer 2022

The Construction of East Anglia ONE commenced in 2017 and some final works are still being undertaken on site until the end of Summer 2022.

06/04/2022

Consent for East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO

A ScottishPower spokesperson said: “Offshore wind is exactly what’s needed to get more clean, green home-grown electricity on to the grid, so we can reduce our dependency on gas and reach net zero.

19/08/2021

Non-Material Change Three Application

In August 2021 East Anglia THREE Limited submitted an application for a non-material change to its planning consent, to amend the parameters of its offshore wind turbines (WTGs). A consultation on the proposals ran from 2 September to 22 October 2021. The outcome of the consultation will be published following submission of the Consultation Report and determination by BEIS. Below is a summary of the proposed changes.

06/04/2021

Non-Material Change One consented

In March 2019 East Anglia THREE Limited submitted an application for a non-material change to its planning consent, to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) which was consented in June 2019.

07/07/2020

Non-Material Change Two consented

In July 2020 East Anglia THREE Limited submitted an application for a non-material change to its planning consent, to amend the parameters of its offshore substations (OSSs) and wind turbines (WTGs). A consultation on the proposals ran from 3 August to 30 September 2020 and consent was granted in April 2021. Below is a summary of the proposed changes.

18/06/2020

Local apprenticeship boost from East Anglia ONE windfarm

People from across East Anglia have a chance to secure a job in the offshore wind industry thanks to ScottishPower Renewables which is launching a new apprentice recruitment drive for its East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm.

04/05/2020

Onshore construction update

The new onshore substation is located in Burstall, near Bramford.

04/05/2020

Offshore Construction Update

Installation of the 102 wind turbines was completed in April 2020. Commissioning works will continue until all the turbines are complete. The output from the windfarm is already making a very significant contribution by producing the clean, 100% renewable energy to help the UK’s transition to net-zero.

26/11/2019

ScottishPower Renewables to create the 3,100MW East Anglia H...

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

'Home' of East Anglia ONE windfarm officially opens in Lowes...

The state-of-the-art new operations and maintenance building for East Anglia’s largest offshore windfarm to date has officially opened its doors.

12/09/2019

First power generated at East Anglia’s largest offshore wind...

East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm, a joint venture between ScottishPower Renewables and Green Investment Group, has successfully generated its first power as the project takes another significant step towards completion.

12/08/2019

Iberdrola sells 40% of East Anglia One to GIG, the entire wi...

The group will continue to be the majority shareholder, with 60% of this offshore wind farm, which will be one of the largest in the world when it enters into operation.

25/06/2019

ScottishPower Renewables celebrates first turbine being inst...

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.

07/03/2019

ScottishPower pledges to pursue more Offshore Wind Projects ...

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

ScottishPower Renewables celebrates landmark 'first blade' f...

The 75-metre long blades are being made at Siemens Gamesa's Hull factory demonstrating ScottishPower Renewables' commitment to UK content.

 

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