Vattenfall completes first wind turbine for Kentish Flats extension

James Phillips
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European power giant says extension will be completed and switched on by the end of the year

Construction of the first wind turbine for the extension of the Kentish Flats wind farm. Photo credit: Vattenfall Vattenfall has completed the installation of the first of 15 new wind turbines as part...

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