Today, 29 April 2021, marks the start of the phase two community consultation and the publication of the Preliminary Environmental Information Report (PEIR) for the Sheringham Shoal and Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm Extension Projects (SEP and DEP).
Equinor is bringing forward proposals to extend the existing Sheringham Shoal and Dudgeon offshore wind farms, located off the coast of North Norfolk, and has published the summary report from its first phase of community consultations.
Equinor, a broad energy company with firm ambitions to become a global offshore wind major, has signed Agreements for Lease (AfL) with The Crown Estate for two offshore wind farm extensions in the UK.
Greenpower Education Trust is a UK charity which aims to use the excitement of motor sport to enthuse young people about science and engineering by challenging them to design, build and race a single seat electric car...
A grant from the Dudgeon Community Fund has enabled Neatherd High School in Dereham, Norfolk to establish an out-of-hours Design School. The aim is to inspire students to embrace STEM education [Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics] as they consider their future career options.
Dudgeon’s Power Plant Manager Sonja Chirico Indrebo and her colleagues were pleased to welcome the UK Minister of Energy Rt Hon Claire Perry MP to the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm O&M Base in Great Yarmouth on 7 March 2019 when Dudgeon hosted a Roundtable discussion organised by EEEGR and New Anglia LEP as part of the launch event for the government‘s Offshore Wind Industry Sector Deal.
The owners of the Dudgeon wind farm, Equinor, Masdar and China Resources Group have announced the signing of a hybrid refinancing that includes approximately GBP561 million of commercial bank debt and GBP706 million of senior secured notes privately placed with institutional investors, finally maturing in 2032.
A grant from the Dudgeon Community Fund will enable Reepham High School to make greater use of its Observatory, supporting student STEM studies and enabling the local community to gain a greater understanding of the night sky in a county that is famed for its ‘big skies’.