Now is therefore the time to change direction in relation to current (‘in flight’) infrastructure
projects, including the connection aspects of EA1N and EA2, which we urge you to refuse. Such a decision not only makes economic sense but also will signal the need to make this vital step change
in future grid connections and allow measures to combat the climate emergency to be pursued at

Crispin Truman OBE – Chief Executive, CPRE

We welcome the action by our sister charity, CPRE the Countryside Charity, who have recently written to Secretary of State, Rt Hon. Kwarsi Kwarteng MP, regarding the East Anglia 1(N) and East Anglia Two off shore windfarms. CPRE echos our call for a split decision which would allow for better coordination of the damaging onshore energy infrastructure needed to support these and future energy schemes.

Following the Examination into these proposals last year, we are expecting a decision to be announced at the end of the month.