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ScottishPower Renewables and Amazon announce first UK offs...

The 159MW power purchase agreement at East Anglia THREE expands clean energy partnership on journey to net zero


Rachel Beedie, East Anglia THREE foundations package manager...

Rachel Beedie, East Anglia THREE foundations package manager at ScottishPower Renewables, explains why 2024 is a landmark year for SPR.


International Women's Day Q&A

This International Women’s Day, we have spoken with our MachairWind project team and their experience working in a predominately female-led project and wider project support.


ScottishPower Renewables welcomes Shadow Chancellor to ‘bea...

ScottishPower Renewables welcomed Labour’s Shadow Chancellor, Rachel Reeves MP, to the ‘beating heart’ of its offshore wind operations today (1 March) to hear first-hand about the difference its multi-billion green investment is making across the East of England.


Wind developer invites local communities to information days

The onshore works for ScottishPower Renewables’ (SPR) East Anglia THREE offshore windfarm will be discussed at a series of public information days next month.


£60million awarded to communities by ScottishPower Renewable...

Communities across the UK and Ireland have benefitted from over £60 million of funding thanks to ScottishPower Renewables windfarms.


You’re Hired! Norfolk’s Jovita blazing a trail at Suffolk wi...

ScottishPower Renewables’ first-ever offshore wind apprentice is an apprentice no more after being appointed as a balance of plant technician at the green energy company’s flagship UK offshore windfarm.


Witches welcome at Whitelee

ScottishPower Renewables’ Whitelee windfarm is welcoming back wicked witches, ghoulish ghosts and everything in between to celebrate Halloween.


Island kids blown away by offshore windfarm STEM event

Children and young people cross Islay, Jura and Colonsay got to learn all about offshore wind during the October school holidays at special STEM* education events organised by ScottishPower Renewables’ MachairWind project team and Fugro, the company carrying out metocean, wind resource and geophysical surveys for the proposed windfarm.


ScottishPower Renewables funds Bikeability course for Suffol...

Suffolk County Council is creating a ‘Bike Library’ for year 5 and 6 pupils at Phoenix St. Peter Academy, Lowestoft as part of a pilot project to promote active travel.


Flying Insect study at Whitelee Windfarm

ScottishPower Renewables is participating in a cutting-edge project that’s studying the genetic diversity of one million flying insects from across the UK and could lead to the discovery of undescribed species.

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