1. Bid for £29m clean energy research programme in East Anglia passes key milestone.

    September 11, 2020

    A £29m research and innovation programme over 5 years led by UEA focussed on the Southern North Sea and the region’s clean energy and marine sectors has passed it’s first key milestone.

    Suffolk & Norfolk Research & Innovation on the Sustainable Energy Coast’, or ‘SuNRISE Coast’ for short, will further enhance East Anglia as a clean energy powerhouse for the UK and promote economic and environmental sustainability.

    It’s the first major project bringing together 3x world leading research organisations together with local industry and directly delivers against the Local Industrial Strategy objective on clean energy and innovation.

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  2. Crew transfer vessels in the Port of Lowestoft ©Turner Photography

    In pole position for offshore wind

    July 22, 2020

    New research conducted by offshore wind market intelligence specialists, 4C Offshore, has concluded that the East of England Energy Zone (EEEZ) continues to be the UK’s largest offshore wind cluster and will remain in pole position as the sector ramps up to meet the UK government’s refreshed target of 40Gw of offshore wind by 2030.


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    Vattenfall announcement

    July 3, 2020

    The Secretary of State for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy has awarded development consent for Vattenfall’s application to build Norfolk Vanguard Offshore Wind Farm.


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