'World's largest' wind turbine blade sweeps forward with ETI backing

Jessica Shankleman
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Government-backed Energy Technologies Institute invests £15.5m in Blade Dynamics project

The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has invested more than £15.5m in an Isle of Wight firm aiming to build giant blades for the next generation of 8MW to 10MW offshore wind turbines. Cowes-based...

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