As long as two Angels of the North: World's longest wind turbine blade to arrive in UK

James Murray
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GE Offshore Wind will today dock the first 107 metre long blade for its Haliade-X 12MW turbine at the Blyth testing facility near Newcastle

The development of the world's largest offshore wind turbine will take a major step forward today, with the delivery of the first blade to the UK's Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult testing centre...

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