Thanet Offshore Wind Farm, lsle of Thanet, UK

Neville, Angela
December 2010
Power;Dec2010, Vol. 154 Issue 12, p42
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Thanet Offshore Wind Farm, lsle of Thanet, Great Britain. It is stated that wind farm has 100 3-MW turbines that have been manufactured by Vestas. It is reported that the facility will generate electricity equivalent to the annual consumption of more than 200,000 British houseolds.


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