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Building a better future, quicker for everyone really is at the heart of what we do.

It is important now more than ever that we continue to invest in projects and communities, support jobs and the supply chains across the UK that are critical for a strong economy today and for the years ahead.

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ScottishPower pledges support for customers, colleagues, communities and recovery

ScottishPower has signed up to the C-19 Business Pledge, demonstrating its commitment and efforts to help customers, colleagues and communities through the COVID-19 crisis and into the recovery phase. ScottishPower has joined over 300 other organisations globally in signing the C-19 Business Pledge.

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Investing in the Green Recovery

As part of Scottishpower's commitment to investing in the UK's green economic recovery and contributing to meeting Net Zero targets, the company has signed two separate agreements to develop wind farms in central Scotland that could see investment of over £150 million and an additional new wind power capacity of 165MW, enough to power 100,000 homes.

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East of England firm awarded multi-million pound contract

ScottishPower Renewables and Macquarie’s Green Investment Group have awarded CWind a contract worth up to £8.2million for work on the largest windfarm being developed in East Anglia. The company will provide below water services, including subsea maintenance of the foundations and offshore substation, subsea surveys and any corrective maintenance, as well as pre-engineering studies.

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Turbine installation complete on East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm

A total of 102 offshore wind turbines have been installed at the windfarm site, 43km off the Suffolk coast. Installation was undertaken by Siemens Gamesa using the Sea Installer and Sea Challenger vessels, operated by DEME.

All turbine components were pre-assembled and loaded out from Peel Ports Great Yarmouth, following ScottishPower Renewables’ £5 million co-investment in the port to prepare it for construction and marshalling activity. The components consist of 75-metre fibre glass blades, tower sections and nacelles (the head of the turbine), which have been on view along the Great Yarmouth seafront and skyline as the 90-metre-high towers were constructed on the quayside.

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