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Wind farm giants pitch in to support East Anglian training academy for industry

Wind farm giants pitch in to support East Anglian training academy for industry

Employer-led training to ensure a pipeline of workers for multibillion pound offshore wind farms around the East Anglian coast is set to start next month.
Offshore logistics firm opens second East coast office

Offshore logistics firm opens second East coast office

A logistics firm with more than 50 years experience in the oil and gas sector has expanded into the region as it aims to serve the renewables market.
Energy entrepreneurs providing £71m of power across the region

Energy entrepreneurs providing £71m of power across the region

Renewable energy projects across Norfolk and Suffolk are producing more than £71m of electricity a year as businesses continue to invest in independent power.
EEEGR SNS 2018: Experts share views on opportunities and challenges for energy industry

EEEGR SNS 2018: Experts share views on opportunities and challenges for energy industry

As the energy industry’s biggest conference in the East of England gets underway, some of the sector’s leading lights express their views on the opportunities and challenges 2018 will bring.
Energy expert and consultancy director joins board of New Anglia LEP

Energy expert and consultancy director joins board of New Anglia LEP

A renewable energy expert has joined the board of New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
Watton-based biomass and solar firm Abel Energy sells assets as it scales back

Watton-based biomass and solar firm Abel Energy sells assets as it scales back

A property company has mothballed its energy division and sold some of its assets citing a decline in the market as a result of a drop in government incentives.
New Snetterton power station fuels rising demand for miscanthus energy crops, says Terravesta

New Snetterton power station fuels rising demand for miscanthus energy crops, says Terravesta

Norfolk’s new biomass power plant is fuelling an increased demand for energy crops of miscanthus to be grown in the county.
East Anglian farms will test efficiency of energy plant by-products as organic fertilisers

East Anglian farms will test efficiency of energy plant by-products as organic fertilisers

A consortium of six East Anglian farmers will undertake field trials to assess the optimum use of organic fertilisers, generated as by-products from anaerobic digestion (AD) energy plants.
New energy plant offers opportunities for growers

New energy plant offers opportunities for growers

East Anglia’s biggest gas-to-grid crop anaerobic digestion (AD) plant, based on the Suffolk/Norfolk border, was launched this week.
Suffolk authority seals deal on UK’s largest council owned solar farm

Suffolk authority seals deal on UK’s largest council owned solar farm

At a time when councils face cutback after cutback, one Suffolk authority has decided to spend £14.5m on a solar farm.