EDF starts work on 100MW Blyth offshore wind farm

Michael Holder
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EDF starts work on 100MW Blyth offshore wind farm

Five turbines boasting 41.5MW of capacity set to be installed off the Northumberland coast in 2017

EDF Energy Renewables has started construction work of its new 41.5MW offshore wind farm off the coast of Blyth in Northumberland, the French-owned energy firm announced today. Onshore work on the project...

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