A new wind farm off the Norfolk coast has moved a step closer with the announcement that Dong Energy had decided to go ahead with Race Bank project.
The 91 wind turbines would provide enough power for 400,000 households, which is more than all the homes in Norfolk.
The Race Bank wind farm would be 17 miles (27 km) north of Blakeney.
"The size of this project will enable us to utilise the economies of scale to continue to drive down cost of electricity produced by offshore wind farms. This is a must win battle and we are getting one step closer with the decision to build this offshore wind farm.”
An independent TV repair shop in Cambridgeshire is celebrating being open for more than 60 years.Read the full story ›
To anyone around in the 1980s it is instantly recognisable.
The Sinclair ZX Spectrum was at one time Britain's most popular home computer.
Three decades on and it seems it still has a following. A Luton company is putting an updated version back into production after raising money from fans of the PC online.
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Network Rail are using a new ballast-laying train to upgrade the mainline between Norwich and London.Read the full story ›
Perkins Engines in Peterborough is to create about 175 jobs over the next three years after the company won a £13 million Government grant.
Perkins has turned around its fortunes, after making hundreds of staff redundant in 2009 as profits struggled during the recession. The company exports off-road diesel engines to buyers worldwide and will use the money, secured through the Advanced Propulsion Centre, to develop low-carbon technologies for running diesel engines.
"This collaboration with DENSO INTERNATIONAL UK, Loughborough University, Imperial College London and CMCL Innovations, each of who we have worked closely with over the years, is focused on engine performance, fuel economy and exhaust emission improvements and will support the development of innovative technologies for off-highway diesel engine applications.”
A four-year-old girl from Norfolk has a new prosthetic hand - thanks to an IT expert in Milton Keynes and his 3D printer.Read the full story ›
The University of Hertfordshire has developed robots which could help older people stay living independently.Read the full story ›
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn is one of only two hospitals in the UK to trial germ-fighting robots from America.
The machines use high intensity ultra violet rays to kill infectious bugs such as Norovirus and C.Difficile in less than 15 minutes.
The trial will focus on deep-cleaning isolation rooms.
The Stevenage built LISA Pathfinder Science Module is ready for transportation to Munich for final testing before launch in September.Read the full story ›
Scientists in Milton Keynes who worked on the Rosetta spacecraft mission have a brand new challenge on their hands, or even their noses.
The Open University team are using technology from the mission to analyse the way that smells behave. They want to know why certain smells appeal to consumers.