Wales has built the second largest offshore wind farm in the world

Its name is Gwynt y Môr and is the second largest offshore wind farm in the world. It’s been built in Wales by RWE, Stadtwerke and Siemens: its 160 turbines will provide 567 Mw of energy. The news has been published on the web site (here to read the whole article). The cost of the plant is 2 billions pounds: RWE has a share of 60 percent in the project, with Stadtwerke München that follows with 30 percent and Siemens 10 percent.turbine





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