Vattenfall announces capacity boost for Norfolk Offshore Wind Zone

James Murray
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Credit: Vattenfall

Developer predicts use of more powerful turbines and optimised design will provide green power for an additional 700,000 homes

Offshore wind developer Vattenfall has today announced it is to boost the capacity for the new Norfolk Offshore Wind Zone to around 4.2GW, delivering enough clean power for an additional 700,000 homes....

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