World's largest offshore wind farm slots in final turbine

Jessica Shankleman
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630MW London Array due for completion next spring as National Rail agrees to let offshore energy cables cross its tracks

Developers of the world's largest offshore wind farm, the £2bn London Array, have confirmed they are on track to reach full power next spring, after installing all 175 turbines at the 630MW project...

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