• Land and Buildings

    Land and buildings

    A wealth of well-located land and buildings near the ports of Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft make them a prime location for energy companies.
  • Gas and Oil

    Oil and Gas

    The East of England remains the leading centre for offshore gas exploration and extraction in the Southern North Sea (SNS) after the UK's great oil & gas rush began around 50 years ago.
  • Offshore Wind

    Offshore Wind

    The EEEZ is a clear leader in England’s offshore energy industry with its unique combination of resources and advantages.
  • Decommissioning


    With 50 years experience as a leading centre for installing and servicing Southern North Sea gas platforms, the EEEZ is ideally positioned to lead the decommissioning sector.
  • Ports


    England’s leading offshore energy ports Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft sit just a few miles apart on the East of England coast.
  • World-class workforce

    World-Class Workforce

    The EEEZ boasts one of the best skills bases in the UK, developed over 50 years of working with North Sea gas and now rapidly adapting to meet the similar demands of offshore wind development.
  • Research and Development

    Research and Development

    Locating in the EEEZ gives businesses unparalleled access to world-leading research and innovation. Potential investors will become part of a region recognised as the best performer in the UK for R&D.
  • Enterprise Zone

    Enterprise Zone

    A total of 224 hectares of development land with simplified planning permission - and business rate and super-fast broadband benefits - is available within the EEEZ for energy-related businesses.

The East of England Energy Zone (EEEZ) is unrivalled in the UK for its unique mix of windpower, gas and nuclear energy production.

It has a supply chain with 50 years experience and expertise in the energy sector and the closest ports to more than £50billion of capital expenditure to be invested in the next 20 years on offshore wind, nuclear (new build and decom), gas production, storage and platform decommissioning.

Our status as England’s leader in Southern North Sea offshore energy operations for 50 years has been recognised with Enterprise Zone status for prime land and as a Centre for Offshore Renewable Engineering (C.O.R.E.)

And it has a unique partnership to provide a unified business and political approach to smooth the way for inward investment into the EEEZ.

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