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

Energy businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk invited to exhibit at largest offshore wind conference in the UK

January 31, 2018

Global Offshore Wind 2018 Sales Flier PRESS RELEASE  Tuesday, January 30 Energy businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk…

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Turbine installation complete at Galloper

January 29, 2018

Press Release | December 22, 2017 All major offshore construction completed within a year Wind farm preparing…

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Great Yarmouth in pole position for strategic wind farm investment

July 5, 2017

Press release | 2017-07-05 | 11:05 AM Vattenfall and Peel Ports negotiate to secure deal for offshore…

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