The winds of change are blowing
Standing tall in the Irish Sea – a forest of giant wind turbines marks a real shift in power in the energy sector.
Sitting off the Cumbrian coast Walney Extension, the world’s largest operational offshore wind farm, was officially opened at a ceremony in September.
The 659-megawatt (MW) project, owned by Danish energy giant Ørsted and partners PKA and PFA, is spread over an area of 145 square kilometres.
Its 87 turbines are capable of generating enough green energy to power almost 600,000 UK homes
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