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World's biggest offshore windfarm planned off Scottish coast
by Terry Macalister
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31 August 2012
On 31 August 2012 guardian.co.uk reported:
The world's biggest offshore windfarm could be built off the northern Scottish coast, after a scheme with enough capacity to power 40 per cent of Scottish households was submitted for planning permission. The £4.5bn complex would have 339 turbines covering 300 square kilometres off Caithness, making it 50 per cent bigger than the giant London Array scheme off Kent. Dan Finch, project director for the scheme due to come on stream in 2018, said working more than 12 miles from shore allowed it to take advantage of the excellent wind resource in the outer Moray Firth.
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