|SSE would like to invite you to a photo call at 11am on Wednesday 20th October at OrbisEnergy, Wilde Street, Lowestoft. Guests of honour are two of our young Apprentices – Jasmine Allan and Braidon Nurse – the next generation of green engineers as they embark on a career in renewable energy.
Both Jasmine and Braidon attended the Lowestoft Campus of the East Coast College where they studied an energy skills programme before joining SSE’s Apprenticeship scheme.
We are driving a COP-branded EV bus for an 11-day tour of the country starting in London on October 18th and reaching Glasgow on October 29th. You will have a great opportunity to come and look around the new EV bus as we hold the photo call just outside OrbisEnergy.
After the photo call there will be a Q&A with the Apprentices and opportunity to talk with other guests in the conference room at OrbisEnergy over a cup of coffee.
SSE is a Principal Partner of COP26 and as a low carbon energy company we are keen to highlight all the exciting projects that we, and others, are involved in that will help get the UK on the road to net zero.
Ness Point is inland from the site of Greater Gabbard – the UK’s largest windfarm which generates a staggering 3% of all UK energy.
Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm is a joint venture between SSE Renewables (50%) and RWE Renewables (50%). SSE Renewables operates the offshore wind farm.
The 504MW offshore wind farm has been in operation since 2012, generating enough low-carbon renewable energy each year to power the equivalent of over 400,000 UK homes.
Greater Gabbard was a pioneering project for the UK offshore wind industry and for many years the 140-turbine site was the largest wind farm under development world-wide.
We look forward to engaging with you and your organisation on the road to net zero! We do hope you will join us on the day to showcase this project as we look towards COP26.
If you would like to attend, Please RSVP to Angela Grey. Booking is essential.
SSE Energy Solutions
We’re on the Road to Net Zero
Event Date: Wednesday October 20, 2021
Event Time: 11am
Event Venue: OrbisEnergy, Wilde Street, Lowestoft NR32 1XH
Angela Grey, Building and Tenant Manager and joined the team at OrbisEnergy in 2017. She brings over 25 years experience of sales and customer service.
Ian Pease, Business Development Manager joined in February 2020. His role is to drive forward OrbisEnergy as an innovation and technology cluster for the region’s clean energy sector by working closely with new and existing tenants.
Carlie joined the OrbisEnergy team as a Property Support Administrator in August 2019. Carlie was previously part of a sales negotiation & customer service team and prior to that worked for the NHS in business administration.
Carlie meets all visitors and tenants to the building with her warm, friendly smile!
Steve joined OrbisEnergy as a Property Support Administrator in July 2019. He brings over 30 years experience of Central Government service across various departments, most recently with the HMRC. He recently relocated to Lowestoft with his family and is enjoying exploring the local area, especially the wonderful sea views.
Steve is always on hand at OrbisEnergy to help and assist our tenants and visitors to ensure their meetings run smoothly.