Offshore Wind

Offshore Wind

Businesses based in the East of England Energy Zone (EEEZ) are perfectly located to support the development of the offshore wind sector in the Southern North Sea. Some of the world’s biggest wind farms are being built a few miles off our coast including East Anglia Array, Dudgeon, Race Bank and Galloper while other UK Round 3 developments, Dogger and Hornsea, are accessible from our deep-water harbours.

Our unique mix of an experienced supply chain and workforce, location and port and land facilities provide investors with distinct advantages recognised by the UK Government with the designation of Centre for Offshore Renewable Energy (CORE) status.

Our Offshore Wind brochure provides more details of the opportunity.

Latest News

Construction hat-trick for £1.5billion Galloper project

May 17, 2017

 Construction hat-trick for £1.5billion Galloper project First of 56 offshore wind turbines installed at Suffolk wind farm…

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Early bird gets edge in wind farm investment

September 29, 2016

Vattenfall launches campaign to register business interest in major offshore wind farm Vattenfall, the developer of one…

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Statoil opens the Dudgeon Operations Centre in Great Yarmouth

September 9, 2016

Statoil officially opens the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm Operations Centre in Great Yarmouth today as part of…

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