EEEGR conference and exhibition will now be held in September, organisers say
A council has appointed a new business development manager to “drive forward” a landmark centre.
Next month experts from across the energy industry will present their vision for the transition to net zero at the East of England Energy Group’s (EEEGR) SNS2020 conference.
Suffolk’s ‘best small farm’ could be partially bulldozed to make way for a new road serving Sizewell C nuclear power station.
Delegates from Suffolk worried about the impact of a large number of major energy projects earmarked for a small part of the county have taken their case to Whitehall.
A quarter of a million pounds has been invested into a coastal town as a port unveils its state-of-the-art future proof offices.
A decision timeline on whether two of the world’s biggest wind farms can be built off the north Norfolk coast is expected in June.
A carbon-free future is the topic of discussion at a two day conference and exhibition held in Norwich, titled “Smart Generation – the Transition to 2050”.
A decision on whether to allow a huge wind farm off the Norfolk coast has been delayed amid a raft of concerns.
A wish list for how offshore wind contracts are awarded has been shaped by Norfolk and Suffolk businesses hoping to work on Vattenfall’s two multi-billion pound offshore wind farms off Norfolk.
Energy and maritime training provider Maersk Training has announced a partnership with East Coast College.
A bid to ensure East Anglia is ready to capitalise on the government’s ambitious zero carbon target has been launched.
A Suffolk college hopes its
new specialised training centre will help cement the region’s place on the global energy sector map.
A new £11.7m energy skills centre is set to be unveiled in Lowestoft next month.
A warning has been issued to householders following a spate of scam telephone calls from someone claiming to be from an energy assessment body.
The opening of a state-of-the-art operations building for the region’s largest windfarm marks a “fantastic” three decade commitment to Lowestoft and it’s people, claim project directors leading a £25 million investment.
The coast of East Anglia will undoubtedly become home to a large proportion of the 37 wind farms the Labour Party has pledged to build if it enters government, an expert predicts.
Jasmine Allen, 19, has only recently left college, but she is now going on to work in the fast-growing renewable energy sector.
Electricity has started flowing from the region’s biggest offshore wind farm.
Environmental investment fund buys anaerobic digestion plant on the Suffolk-Norfolk border.
A major investment in an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant on the Norfolk-Suffolk border signals the long-term viability of green gas, an expert said.
A biomass energy plant which has brought jobs and millions to the economy is looking to expand with the building of a new switch room.
A region-wide All Energy Industry Council has been formed to combat concerns raised about Norfolk and Suffolk’s workforce capabilities.
The bid for Norfolk to become the centre of wind power revolution has stepped up a level with Swedish energy giants Vattenfall holding a supply chain event in Norwich.
The government’s energy minister was in Lowestoft today to launch a £250m offshore wind deal that looks set to create several thousand jobs.
Almost 2,000 new jobs across 59 businesses have been offered since the launch of a special scheme in 2012, with a hopeful outlook for the future expected.
A new £11.3million skills centre to train people to work in the energy, engineering, maritime and offshore sectors is on schedule to open in Suffolk this autumn.
Plans to build a £200m gas-fired power station on the A140 close to the Norfolk-Suffolk border have been put on hold following an EU court ruling.
An energy supplier with customers across East Anglia has vowed to improve after being slapped with a ban on taking on new clients by the regulator.
Young people were brought together with firms from across the energy sector to learn about the jobs available to them now and in the future.