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Offshore wind and Net Zero discussions with Suffolk MPs

Offshore wind and the positive contribution East Anglia can make to the UK Government’s Net Zero ambitions were the main topics of discussion when Iberdrola Renewables’ Offshore Managing Director, Jonathan Cole, met with three of the region’s coastal MPs recently.


Great Yarmouth company awarded major PPE contract for East A...

As part of its ongoing commitment to support local businesses in the region, ScottishPower Renewables has awarded a significant contract to Great Yarmouth-based PPE (personal protective equipment) specialists, Gibb Safety & Survival.


ScottishPower Renewables selects Siemens Gamesa Renewable En...

ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) has selected Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) as the preferred bidder to supply and install some of the world’s most powerful and productive offshore wind turbines for its £6.5 billion East Anglia Hub programme.


Successful ScottishPower project showcases power of batterie...

Energy has been exported from a commercial 1MW battery energy storage system connected to Carland Cross windfarm in Cornwall for the first time thanks to a successful joint venture between ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) and Centrica.


ScottishPower Renewables blows wind of change for Wick’s Riv...

A more picturesque perspective can now be enjoyed by visitors to Riverside Park in Wick after ScottishPower Renewables completed a programme of enhancement works in the popular park.


First-ever offshore apprentices recruited by ScottishPower R...

Trail Blazing apprentices to work on East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm. As the UK celebrates Wind Week (23-27 November 2020), ScottishPower Renewables is announcing the appointment of its first-ever offshore wind apprentices.


Global first for ScottishPower as COP countdown starts

With just one year to go until the eyes of the world are on Glasgow for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) has achieved what is believed to be a global first – using energy from a 69MW onshore windfarm to re-energise part of the power grid.

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