ScottishPower Renewables believes that East Anglia has the potential to be world-class in its delivery of offshore wind and is taking the next steps to develop future projects.
Building on the success of East Anglia ONE, ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) is currently developing plans for two new offshore windfarms East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO. This is in addition to East Anglia ONE, which is currently being built, and East Anglia THREE, which has recently been consented.
There’s a few differences with projects East Anglia ONE North & East Anglia TWO and we are holding Public Information Days locally to explain our proposals. We are holding four Public Information Days to gauge opinion ahead of the formal consultation, where members of the project team will be available between 12pm and 7pm to answer questions you may have about the two new projects. Click here for further details.
Whilst the first two projects are connecting in to the onshore electricity transmission network at Bramford, National Grid with SPR are exploring an alternative coastal connection point for East Anglia ONE North and East Anglia TWO. It is anticipated that these projects will connect to the grid in the vicinity of Sizewell/Leiston.
The overall development work for these two projects is still in the early stages. However, in November 2017, the projects will move into the Environmental Impact Assessment formal ‘Scoping’ stage.
In the meantime if there’s any questions, please contact either SPR's Stakeholder Manager, via the website, by emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.