These three days of Open Floor Hearings (links to audio below) marked the beginning of the Examination into EA1N and EA2. We heard 62 very powerful presentations clearly laying out our objections to SPR’s ill-conceived plans.
We finally had the opportunity to begin to show our strength of feeling to the Inspectorate. We must be hopeful that our contributions strike a chord. Many thanks to those that spoke
If you didn't get a speaking slot you can still request one by writing to the Case Team by 2 November EastAngliaOneNorth@planninginspectorate.gov.ukEastAngliaOneNorth@planninginspectorate.gov.uk
“The government is very good at rhetoric, but we want to see action" Greentechmedia.com 11 January 2021
National Grid ESO (NG ESO) has issued its final Phase 1 report, which assesses the most beneficial approaches to offshore grid networks in order to deliver better outcomes for consumers and coastal communities.
Executives from National Grid Plc meet government officials on Thursday to discuss how a growing tangle of projects offshore can be best connected to the network on land. At the moment, wind farms at sea are each linked individually with separate cables. Combining some of those links could cut the amount of new infrastructure needed in half.