More than £10 billion will be invested over the next 10 years around the East of England coastline on offshore renewable energy. At the heart of this massive business opportunity, generating real jobs and multi-million pound contracts, is OrbisEnergy.
Much more than just a building, OrbisEnergy is driving local regeneration, offering tenants, visitors and investors direct access to a dedicated, offshore renewable business network.
With the southern North Sea emerging as the international proving ground for large-scale offshore wind farms, OrbisEnergy is the flagship for businesses keen to capture the economic benefits from offshore wind, wave and tidal technologies.
Designed using cutting-edge environmentally friendly technology, the 3,300 square metre building is a worldwide centre of excellence for this vastly expanding industry.
The five floor building sits on Britain's most easterly location at Ness Point in Lowestoft and features state-of-the-art offices, conference and exhibition facilities. It has the capacity to house 38 companies involved in offshore renewable energy, supporting both new and existing enterprises within a flourishing commercial network.