Green light for 402MW Dudgeon offshore wind farm

Norwegian developers Statoil and Stakraft have decided to proceed with a new offshore wind farm after securing £1.6bn of long-term renewable electricity subsidies in April

by Simon Inglethorpe
The 402MW Dudgeon offshore wind farm will use Siemens' 154 metre wide, 6MW wind turbines (photograph: Siemens)
The 402MW Dudgeon offshore wind farm will use Siemens' 154 metre wide, 6MW wind turbines (photograph: Siemens)

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