Wind Industry Makes Strides with Massive Project, Efficiency Gains

Danish utility Dong Energy’s U.K. offshore wind project, Hornsea Project Two, which will install 540 wind turbines off the coast of Yorkshire in Northeast England, was approved by U.K. ministers in August. The $8 billion, 1.8GW project is capable of powering one million homes and should create 2,000 jobs during construction. It will be the world’s largest offshore wind project and is expected to be operational in 2020.  Dong, which went public this year, is partly owned by Goldman Sachs.

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