The Scottish Government has this week confirmed plans to allow Norway’s Statoil to build the world’s largest floating wind farm, that will consist of five 6MW turbines that will be installed off the coast of Peterhead.
The Scandinavian company now has the go-ahead to install the floating wind farm that is hoped will generate 135GWh of electricity each year, enough to power 19,900 houses.
Check out the video below to learn more about the Statoil floating wind turbine concept :
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