Mammoth Teesside offshore wind turbine base factory secures planning approval

Cecilia Keating
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An artist''s impression of the facility | Credit: SeAH Wind
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An artist''s impression of the facility | Credit: SeAH Wind

Project developers pledge to design facility using sustainable approaches that optimise energy use

Construction of a giant offshore wind turbine base factory in Teesside is set to start next month, after the pioneering project secured planning approval this week. South Korean steel manufacturer SeAH...

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