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Offshore Wind Plans ‘Need Right Facilities’ Says ABLE

Originally Published on the 2nd August 2013

The company planning to develop a £450million energy park on the Humber says the Government’s newly-announced strategy to strengthen the UK’s position in the offshore wind industry is dependent on providing the facilities which can attract major turbine manufacturers and... Continue Reading

Marine Energy Park Hopes ‘Must Wait a Little Longer’

Originally Published on the 26th July 2013

A Government Minister has set a new deadline for a decision on plans for the £450million Able Marine Energy Park on the South Bank of the Humber. The original date for a Government decision on the Able Marine Energy Park... Continue Reading

Able UK Welcomes Government’s Announcement

Originally Published on the 1st July 2013

The recent announcement by the UK Government about the measures to help boost investment in the renewable energy industries has been welcomed by many industry leaders. Among them was Neil Etherington, ABLE UK’s group development director who said: “The fact... Continue Reading

Government offshore wind boost

Originally Published on the 27th June 2013

The Government’s announcement of measures to help boost investment in the renewable energy industries has been welcomed as a ‘huge step forward’ by the company planning to develop a multi-million marine energy park on the South Bank of the Humber.... Continue Reading

Rig season fully underway at Seaton Port

Originally Published on the 29th May 2013

Able Seaton Port has been a hive of activity over the past few weeks seeing a number of oil and gas drilling rigs come in for upgrade and repair as ABLE continues to build an enviable reputation as one of... Continue Reading

Major developer comes out in support of Able Marine Energy Park

Originally Published on the 28th May 2013

Mainstream Renewable Power part of the consortium behind the giant Hornsea Round Three offshore wind farm zone, has given his backing to ABLE Marine Energy Park Read the full article from the Grimsby Telegraph – click here... Continue Reading