MoD radar breakthrough promises green light to 4GW of wind farms

Jessica Shankleman
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Ministry of Defence confirms it has tried and tested "wind farm friendly radars"

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has signed a deal that could unlock more than 4GW of wind farms currently stuck in the planning system, after successfully trialling a radar system that can ignore the spinning...

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