'Bigger for the better': Siemens Gamesa unveils plans for 'world's largest wind turbine'

James S Murray
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Massive 108 metre long blades are set to deliver up to 15MW of capacity, delivering enough power for 18,000 homes from a single turbine

The march of the giant offshore wind turbines is continuing. Just a few years after manufacturers raced to develop first 8MW, then 10MW, and ultimately 12MW turbines, Siemens Gamesa has this week unveiled...

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