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Up to thousands of jobs reliant on the offshore gas industry could be lost in East Anglia as the dire economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis hits the sector, an expert predicts.

A huge wind farm off the East Anglian coast is set to get bigger still – as two offshore developers join forces yet again.

The east’s energy sector believes it could provide a major boost to UK’s economic recovery as efforts continue to achieve ambitious net-zero targets.

Geo-data specialists are set to scan the East Anglian sea bed in a deal worth £55m.

Major research is being carried out into the impact of man-made structures in the North Sea – and what to do with them once they are decommissioned.

Old Renault car batteries are set to power up a sustainable energy revolution at a university campus.

The potential financial boost from Suffolk’s third nuclear power station is “more relevant than ever” given the latest dire projections for the UK economy, say those behind the project.

East Anglian businesses have landed a major jobs-boosting contract with an energy giant poised to create two of the world’s biggest offshore wind farms off the Norfolk coast.

East Anglia’s offshore wind farm sector is hoping to break into the US market with the expertise it has built up through developing the region’s coastline.

The final turbine to complete a wind farm off the East Anglian coast has been installed.

East Anglian businesses are in prime position to win contracts worth millions, with the region at the epicentre of a windfarm revolution.

As energy group Vattenfall focuses on supporting its key workers to keep our lights on during the coronavirus crisis, it’s also not losing sight of the future and its commitment to renewable energy projects.

Council bosses are urging EDF Energy to delay the next stage of their plans for Sizewell C until after the coronavirus pandemic.

Norfolk business have come together to launch an online forum to help safeguard offshore wind development post-coronavirus.

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.

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