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‘The time is now’: Vattenfall boss on looming windfarm judgement

‘The time is now’: Vattenfall boss on looming windfarm judgement

Two huge but controversial windfarms are planned off the Norfolk coast. Here business editor Richard Porritt asks the firm behind the plans what the pluses and minuses will be for the region.
RenewableUK launches new webinar series

RenewableUK launches new webinar series

RenewableUK has launched its new Ports & Vessels webinar programme, which will run from March until July 2021.
Southern North Sea ‘logical place’ for hydrogen production site

Southern North Sea ‘logical place’ for hydrogen production site

East Anglia is jockeying to play a key role in hydrogen production after the government unveiled a “transition deal” to move the North Sea energy industry away from fossil fuels in stages.
ABP reveals ambitious five-year vision for Port of Lowestoft

ABP reveals ambitious five-year vision for Port of Lowestoft

Ambitious plans have been unveiled for investment, development and growth over the next five years at the Port of Lowestoft.
Loo queue – made-in-Norfolk first windfarm toilets ready to sail

Loo queue – made-in-Norfolk first windfarm toilets ready to sail

The first order of Norfolk’s “gamechanger” toilets for offshore wind turbines is complete and ready for the 500-mile journey to Scotland for installation.
Hydrogen in the spotlight at 30th All-Energy/Dcarbonise webinar

Hydrogen in the spotlight at 30th All-Energy/Dcarbonise webinar

Hydrogen, hydrogen, hydrogen... hardly a day passes without a story about hydrogen in the press and on social media. The appetite for information on H2 is seemingly insatiable, which is why the 30th webinar in the All-Energy/Dcarbonise series will be ‘Hydrogen: From Hype to Reality’.
Supply chain needs to seize overseas opportunities

Supply chain needs to seize overseas opportunities

Being flexible and global is essential for the UK’s energy supply chain, says Stuart Broadley, CEO of the Energy Industries Council. Here he discusses how to investigate these opportunities, as well as his plan to cut the three-year-to-profit process to 18 months.
Is energy infrastructure an opportunity for your business?

Is energy infrastructure an opportunity for your business?

The East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) has big plans for 2021, including building on its virtual event success, developing its Skills for Energy programme and continuing to lobby hard for our region.
Port calls for clearer planning and pipeline

Port calls for clearer planning and pipeline

Peel Ports Great Yarmouth port director, Richard Goffin, shares his views on Contracts for Difference (CfD), port development and the underestimation of the East of England in Westminster.
Skills for Energy launches a new website that will transform the experience of people looking to work in the industry

Skills for Energy launches a new website that will transform the experience of people looking to work in the industry

Skills for Energy (SfE) has launched its exciting new website, sponsored by ScottishPower Renewables, this week during National Careers Week.