Danish Company To Build World's Largest Offshore Wind Farm
A Danish company plans to build the world's largest offshore wind farm in the Irish Sea.
A Danish company is building the largest offshore wind farm ever.
It'll be built in the Irish Sea. Its name: Walney Extension.
Turbines like these will deliver electricity to 460,000+ U.K. homes.
The new farm plus the company's existing farms will generate enough power for more than 12.5 million Europeans.
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