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First Phase of Giant London Array Offshore Wind Farm Underway

The first phase of what will be by far the world's largest offshore wind farm, the London Array, has begun construction. The first two 3.6 MW turbines were installed on January 27 and 28 and will be generating electricity by March.

The first phase will have a total of 175 turbines and should be completed by the end of the year. At that point, the London Array will have a capacity of viagra china 630 MW. Phase two will begin shortly after, ultimately bringing the wind farm to a 1 GW capacity, capable of powering 750,000 homes.

Wind power capacity is adding up fast in the U.K. The world's current largest offshore wind farm, the Walney project off the coast of Cumbria, just finished opened today. The 100-turbine wind farm has a capacity of 367 MW and will be able to power 320,000 homes.

Next up will be the 133-turbine, 500 MW Greater Gabbard offshore wind farm that should be completed before the end of the year.

via Business Green and The Guardian

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Wind shift?
written by Bill, February 10, 2012
Is anyone concerned about the suggested change in the wind patterns associated with climate change, that may substantially reduce the wind velocity in the areas where they are installing these near the UK?
I understand that the UK will become colder due to ocean current and wind changes that won't bring up the warmth from the viagra one a day Caribbean?
I that happens I would be concerned about a large drop in energy production.
written by Fencerdave, February 10, 2012
The trouble with the future is that we can't be sure what will happen. The best we can do buy generic levitra online is make models, all of which carry some inherent assumptions.
You have a valid concern, but to let that possibility prevent the application of wind technology is in my opinion not worth the sacrifice.

Besides, if the currents behave as that model predicts and slow or change direction, a dead wind farm will be among the least of the U.K.'s concerns...
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written by Dan, February 15, 2012
i thought the same thing when i start working in the install project in Honduras (52 turbines), as it was the first of its kind here in my country give a little hope about our green energy future, but there is more behind the canadian pharmacy viagra legal studies and wind patterns, i mean a 3 years study dont predicts future geo-mechanism wind pattern changes, in perspective, development always comes with a pinch of buy online prescription viagra disaster,, DEUS EX MACHINA

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