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Laying the foundations of offshore wind

Laying the foundations of offshore wind

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The development of offshore wind power has become a pressing modern energy issue and the UK is taking a major role, with a significant deployment of turbines in UK waters. Two rounds of UK deployment have resulted in about 1,800MW installed capacity. Round three is just beginning, with the first site in the Moray Firth, where a 1,500MW offshore wind power station is to be developed by Moray Offshore Renewables. This entered the planning phase in June of this year.

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