Associated British Ports checks in at OrbisEnergy

Associated British Ports (ABP) is leasing office space from OrbisEnergy at its renewable energy hub in Lowestoft, Suffolk on the east England coast.

ABP has temporarily relocated to OrbisEnergy while an infrastructure upgrade is taking place.

Every year ABP handles around 25% of the UK’s seaborne trade, supporting 119,000 jobs, contributing nearly €8bn to the UK economy via a network of 21 ports across the country, some of which are involved in offshore wind.

The port operator will join other companies in the marine, offshore and renewable sectors at the OrbisEnergy renewable hub.

OrbisEnergy building and tenant manager Angela Grey said: “We’re delighted that Associated British Ports will be joining our other tenants under the OrbisEnergy banner.

“We are always looking for influential businesses with a strong market position in sectors relevant to other businesses at the Hub. OrbisEnergy is much more than a facilities provider and the quality of our tenants is an important part of our offering.”

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Angela Grey

Angela Grey, Building and Tenant Manager and joined the team at OrbisEnergy in 2017.  She brings over 20 years experience of sales and customer service.

Angela is still fairly new to offshore renewables and is eager to build a sound knowledge of the industry.

Ian Pease

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.

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