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MARKET OPPORTUNITIES


FEATURE SPONSOR


FORMING A COLLECTIVE VOICE


The East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) is a non-profit business association representing the interests of over 300 energy producers and the supply chain, including skills providers who support the industry


Established in 2001, EEEGR has been key in forming a collective voice for the industry within the East of England and articulating this nationally and internationally, to allow its members to be heard.


HELPING BUSINESSES GROW


The professional membership organisation is an ‘All Energy’ business development and skills organisation, constantly striving to identify new prospects for members to secure new opportunities to grow their businesses. It is committed to the delivery of benefits to members, achieved through a comprehensive programme of events


and industry-led activities, to stimulate the industry and to place buyers in front of relevant vendors. Core programmes and projects are geared towards the sustained development of the energy industry in the East of England.


MISSION


EEEGR’s mission is to be the source of new opportunities and knowledge to enable member companies to strategically grow their businesses. A large part of their work is helping to make links between policy-makers and the membership, ensuring that regulators and government understand the views and importance of the industry in the East of England.


SKILLS FOR ENERGY PROGRAMME


The organisation’s Skills for Energy programme works with local training providers and national bodies to ensure that a highly trained and skilled workforce is ready to meet the needs of the East of England energy industry.


SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS


They operate four Special Interest Groups (SIGs) whose primary aims are to assist members, and the wider industry, to identify opportunities and to recognise risks. The SIGs are focused on Southern North Sea Rejuvenation, Late Life & Decommissioning, Marine and Offshore Wind activities. Industry leaders and technical experts working within these areas form Steering Groups for each SIG, meeting regularly to initiate projects, present their results and organise specialised events.


EEEGR BRINGING NEW JOBS TO BEACON PARK


Two new industrial units, targeted at growing energy sector businesses, have now been completed in the Great Yarmouth borough as part of continuing efforts to boost the local and regional economies


PRIORITIES


Beacon Park represents one of the borough council’s priorities, which is to work with partners to build on creating conditions for further private and public investment, ensuring the borough and wider region is best placed to capture sustainable growth and its benefits for local communities, including new jobs.


The medium-sized high-quality units, developed by Great Yarmouth Borough Council, could bring up to 100 jobs to Beacon Park, a growing energy sector hub on the Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft (New Anglia) Enterprise Zone and adjacent to the new A12/A143 link road.


INVESTMENT


Representing a £3.6m investment in the local and regional economies, the buildings were officially handed over


this week to Cllr Graham Plant, the borough council’s leader, following about 12 months of work by construction contractor ELM Contracts. The units were funded by the


borough council, together with Government infrastructure funding, which in recent years has enabled the phased development at the park of units and other infrastructure, including a new internal access road providing access to the two new units and three privately-funded bases for energy sector businesses.


BRIGHT PROSPECTS


Cllr Graham Plant, the Council Leader, enthused: “In the coming years, Great Yarmouth has very bright prospects


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SPOTLIGHT ON EAST OF ENGLAND


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