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In the UK, Great Yarmouth is the closest deepwater port to over 60% of the 16.9 GW remaining potential Round 3 developments in English waters from Hornsea to East Anglia Two, as measured by steaming times from port to windfarm UK. Great Yarmouth is also the closest UK deepwater energy port to the massive developments planned in Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany – over 14 GW by 2030.


INVESTMENTS


EAST ANGLIA ONE IS SCOTTISH POWER RENEWABLES’ FIRST MAJOR PROJECT IN THE EAST ANGLIA ZONE


EXPERIENCE COUNTS


The East of England Energy Zone ports bring a wealth of experience gained over 50 years in the Offshore Energy sector but honed in the past few years leading the development of the UK’s offshore wind industry from construction to O&M. Industry leaders including Iberdrola, SSE, Statoil and RWE have already committed to construction and O&M in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft while Wells has proven to be a successful location for Statoil’s operations base for Sheringham Shoal.


Galloper Offshore Windfarm, owned by Innogy SE, is under construction just 27km off the Suffolk coastline. The total investment in the 336MW project is estimated to be in the region of £1.5 million. The offshore construction for the project is being coordinated out of the Port of Lowestoft with local firm James Fisher & Sons supporting the marine and offshore activity. Siemens turbines will be pre-assembled at a purpose built assembly base at Peel Ports, Great Yarmouth. Statoil’s 402MW Dudgeon Offshore


Windfarm is a £1.5 billion pound investment, currently scheduled for completion by the end of 2017. Great Yarmouth’s location and infrastructure made it the ideal location for Dudgeon’s new O&M facility. Great Yarmouth-based company ODE has delivered a £500,000 project at the site to design, fabricate and install a 52-metre long concrete pontoon system anchored by pilings in the river. East Anglia ONE is Scottish Power Renewables’ first major project in the East Anglia Zone. The company is investing £2.5


billion in this 714MW project, with an exciting pledge that commits to delivering 50% UK content. Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft have been chosen for the construction, pre- assembly and O&M phases of the project.


FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES


In addition to the potential in other waters and across the Southern North Sea, the East of England Energy Zone ports are ready to support a further 2.8 GW in Scottish Power Renewables East Anglia zone, while in the same area off the Norfolk/Suffolk coast Vattenfall is bringing forward 3.6 GW in its Norfolk Boreas and Norfolk Vanguard developments. The future of offshore wind is exciting, particularly for the East of England Energy Zone.


EEEZ SCAN/CLICK SCAN/CLICK


WEBSITE


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www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


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SPOTLIGHT ON EAST OF ENGLAND


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