Floating wind: 'World's largest' project begins supplying power off Scottish coast

Cecilia Keating
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Finished wind turbines from the Kincardine floating wind farm being towed into place | Credit: Statkraft, Cobra Group
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Finished wind turbines from the Kincardine floating wind farm being towed into place | Credit: Statkraft, Cobra Group

50MW Kincardine floating wind farm off east coast of Aberdeenshire has been developed under PPA deal with Statkraft

A floating wind farm off the east coast of Scotland billed as the largest in the world has begun supplying electricity, after the developer behind the project today confirmed installation of the wind turbines...

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