ScottishPower Renewables celebrates landmark ‘first blade’ for East Anglia ONE windfarm

The 75-metre long blades are being made at Siemens Gamesa’s Hull factory demonstrating ScottishPower Renewables’ commitment to UK content. Production of the first wind turbine blade for the East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm represents a...

Electric Vehicles – Are you ready?

EVs have been the biggest disruption to motoring since the combustion engine replaced the horse. In the last 6 years alone there has been an massive increase in EV registrations of 2400%.  In 2017 Stanford University...

What is sustainability – and can it help transform your business?

“UK businesses should be demanding more from their energy supplier, including support for their sustainability programmes,” says Ipswich-based electricity and services provider Haven Power.  In the first of three articles, the company explains what sustainability...

ScottishPower pledges to pursue more offshore wind projects in the UK

Company supports Offshore Wind Sector Deal with pledge to build more offshore wind Plans to engage with Crown Estate and Crown Estate Scotland on seabed leasing Builds on ScottishPower’s commitment to only generate 100% Green...

Energy industry supplier’s global success

Seabed Scour Control Systems Ltd (SSCS™) is acknowledged as a world leader in the provision of Frond Scour Protection Systems for the global Oil and Gas and Renewable Energy Industries. SSCS was established to meet...

Decommissioning – Building a sustainable future

Imagine an enterprise that has the potential to earn a substantial portion of a projected £15 billion. This is the amount forecast to be spent on oil and gas decommissioning in the whole of...

Developing capable leaders – What business can learn from the army

Colonel Adam Fraser-Hitchen served as a regular soldier for 30 years having begun his career as a Private soldier in 1986. He has served on multiple operational tours in Northern Ireland, Bosnia, Iraq and...

Transforming roads in the East of England

Eighteen months ago, you would have been standing in the middle of the River Great Ouse floodplain, a few miles south of Huntingdon. Fast forward to the present day and Highways England have just unveiled...

Network Rail looks ahead to the next five years

The Anglia route runs some of the most important rail infrastructure in the UK. Network Rail services connect millions of people to city, town and country in a fast-growing region which is vital to...

The port that never sleeps

One of the UK’s most easterly ports, Great Yarmouth has established itself as a leading offshore energy port, with more than 50-years’ experience supporting the sector. In this issue, we speak to Ranjit Singh Nagra, Sales...