UK seas ideal for massive wind power expansion

East, Roger
April 2009
Green Futures;Apr2009, Issue 72, p18
The article reports on the plans of the British government to implement massive wind power expansion to meet its renewable energy goals for 2020. It mentions that the wind power industry welcomes its clear conclusion that there is scope for between 5,000 and 7,000 more turbines. Moreover, the Crown Estate has signed exclusivity agreements with its chosen developers for ten of the most promising offshore wind farm sites in Scotland.


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