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Another AMEP boost as A160 / A180 improvements take a step forward

Originally Published on the 30th January 2014

HIGHWAYS AGENCY News Release issued 29 January 2014 Public can submit comments on plans to the Planning Inspectorate Further good news for the Able Marine Energy Park has come as plans to upgrade the A160 in North Lincolnshire have been... Continue Reading

Humber LEP secures £14.9m EZ grant for Able Marine Energy Park

Originally Published on the 29th January 2014

Humber LEP is celebrating successfully working with Able Marine Energy Park (AMEP) and North Lincolnshire Council to secure the project £14.9m from the Enterprise Zone Capital Grant Fund. The Humber was one of 12 Local Enterprise Partnerships to successfully bid... Continue Reading

Able sponsored £11m Renewable Engineering College gets go ahead

Originally Published on the 23rd January 2014

The green light has been given to build the Humber’s first University Technology College (UTC). Backed by businesses in the region, the £11m investment will give young people the specialist skills they need for careers in the engineering and renewable... Continue Reading

Council reflects overwhelming support for energy park plan

Originally Published on the 21st January 2014

Strong objections from North Lincolnshire Council to proposals from Associated British Ports which would effectively block the plan for the multi-million pound Able Marine Energy Park on the South Bank of the Humber have been described as ‘well-argued and extremely... Continue Reading

The potential recycling of the Costa Concordia at Able Seaton Port

Originally Published on the 10th January 2014

ABLE UK Limited can confirm that it is in a tender process regarding the potential recycling of the Costa Concordia at its Teesside Environmental Reclamation and Recycling facility (TERRC) at Able Seaton Port in Hartlepool on the River Tees. TERRC... Continue Reading

Energy Park Decision ‘will transform future of the Humber” says Able Chief

Originally Published on the 18th December 2013

The news that Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has today approved plans to create a world-class centre for the renewable energy industries on the south bank of the Humber has been described as ‘massively important for the region and the whole... Continue Reading