Go-ahead for 400 offshore turbines in the North Sea

400 new wind turbines will now be built in what is considered the world's largest offshore wind farm. The British government has just given the go-ahead for a total of two projects, Dogger Bank Creyke Beck A and B.

The British energy authorities green-lighted a massive wind project of up to 2,400 MW on Tuesday, which will be established off the shore of England's east coast. The project is comprised of two wind farms, Dogger Bank Creyke Beck A and B, according to a press release.

The project is developed by SSE, RWE, Statoil and Statkraft - through the consortium Forewind - and the go-ahead has been given for up to 400 wind turbines.

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