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Monday, 22 December 2014

Britain's Energy coast

Video: The forecast is windy.

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THE Irish Sea is the second biggest area in the world for offshore wind farm developments second only to the North Sea.

Read our Energy Coast supplement in e-edition format

EM Energy May 2014 front You can read our Energy Coast supplement in e-edition format so you can see all the pages as they appeared in the printed product.

Energy Coast supplement archive

EM Energy front cover - 07/07/09 Read past editions of Energy Coast supplement in e-edition format.

Energy videos

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Emma Law

Emma Law Corporate affairs manager for Sellafield Ltd

Steve McClure

Steve McClure Vice chair of Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster

Help youngsters on career ladder

IN my new year message I decided that this year I would lay down a challenge to the public and private sector. My challenge was simple – let’s work together and make 2012 the year of the apprentice.

Looking ahead to a big year for BEC

A NEW year message from TOM GILROY, Acting CEO, Britain’s Energy Coast

Janet Addison

Janet Addison Self Employed experienced Coach/Mentor/Business Advisor

Ian Curwen

Ian Curwen Communications manager with Copeland Borough Council

Emma-Jayne Gooch

Emma-Jayne Gooch Managing director at NuExec Consulting Ltd

Amy Fallows

Amy Fallows Partner/solicitor at Burnetts Solicitors

Workers want recognition - recruitment challenge

NUCLEAR industry workers want more recognition and support at work.

UK at forefront of a low carbon economic revolution

A comprehensive plan to move the UK onto a permanent low carbon footing and to maximise economic opportunities, growth and jobs was published by the Government today.

Elaine Woodburn

Elaine Woodburn Leader of Copeland Council

College wants part of the energy coast

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ALREADY on the cusp of an exciting £40m extension, Furness College in Barrow is champing at the bit to play a part in county ambitions to be Britain’s Energy Coast™

Power and the glory

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WEAK spot blocking Cumbria’s Energy Coast ambitions is its underpowered electricity grid.

Use this survey to tell us what you think about Cumbria and the Energy Coast

A0490285.jpg Take part in this survey and tell the world about the benefits of living and working on Britain's Energy Coast Cumbria.

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