Welcome to the Essex and East Anglia branch page

Welcome to the Essex and East Anglia branch page.

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All members, guests and colleagues are welcome to participate in branch activities. We hope to see you at a local event soon.

Committee contact

To contact the branch, please email essexeastanglia@energyinst.org.

Eur Ing Clive Walter CEng CEnv FEI
Position: Chair & Membership & Education Advisor
Nicolas Proctor
Position: Vice Chair
Mark Harrison FEI
Position: Treasurer
Gwenno Pope
Position: Secretary

Events and training

Panel Discussion: Decarbonising the Power Sector

12-03-2019
The Essex and East Anglia YPN would like to invite you to their following joint event with the University of East Anglia's Engineering society.

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Panel Discussion: Wind Energy and its Socio-Economic and Technical Implications

3-03-2020
Below you will find the 6 expert panellists who you will have the opportunity to meet and network with as well as discuss the implications of wind energy.

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Publications and documents

Latest news

Winds of change blow for offshore power operators

26-04-2009
Good news for offshore wind farm developers: southern areas are becoming windier. Researchers from Atmos Consulting have found that the wind speed off the coast of East Anglia and Essex has been rising so much that wind farms could generate 50% more electricity than envisaged a decade ago.

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The UK Government has given the go ahead for four new windfarms to be built off ...

22-10-2003
The UK Government has given the go ahead for four new windfarms to be built off the coast of Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Essex at Lynn, Inner Dowsing, Cromer and Gunfleet Sands. The new windfarms will produce more than 450 MW of electricity, enough to power a total of about 230,000 homes - equivalent ...

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Base for giant Dogger Bank offshore wind farm will be on Tyneside

15-05-2020
Offshore wind farms are getting bigger and bigger. ScottishPower Renewables and Macquarie’s Green Investment Group report that they have installed the last of 102 Siemens Gamesa turbines at the 714 MW East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm, 43 km off the Suffolk coast. Installation was undertaken by Siem...

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Smaller solutions needed for progress towards UK emissions targets

18-04-2020
Low carbon technologies that are smaller in scale, more affordable and more able to be mass deployed than other, larger technologies are more likely to enable a fast transition to net zero emissions, according to a new study by an international team of researchers. Innovations ranging from sola...

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Floating wind turbines needed to meet UK offshore wind targets

20-11-2019
Continued, large-scale growth of offshore wind power will require a significant contribution from new floating turbines, according to a joint report from trade associations RenewableUK and Scottish Renewables: Floating Wind – The UK Industry Ambition. Indeed floating technology is necessary for the ...

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