World’s largest windfarm opens, can power half a million homes

by Cassady Craighill

July 5, 2013

Offshore wind farm Baltic one. It is the first German offshore wind farm in the Baltic sea. The energy firm EnBW builts up the farm to produce energy for 45000 households. 21 Siemens Windpower wind turbines Type SW 2,3 produce 50 megawatt. Baltic One, Deutschlands erster Offshore Windpark in der Ostsee. Energieunternehmen EnBW errichtet Offshorewindpark mit Strom fuer 45.000 Haushalte, 21 Siemens Windpower Windenergieanlagen Typ SW 2,3 erzeugen 50 Megawatt. 16 km noerdlich der Halbinsel Darss, Zingst, Deutsche Ostsee.

© Paul Langrock/Zenit / Zenit / Greenpeace

Offshore Wind Farm in the Baltic

The largest offshore wind farm is off the coast of the UK. Pictured above is a wind farm in the Baltic.

The world’s largest offshore wind farm is officially open. It’s called London Array, and it will produce enough clean wind energy to power half a million homes.

It even started generating electricity last fall.

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Cassady Craighill

By Cassady Craighill

Cassady is a media officer for Greenpeace USA based on the East Coast. She covers climate change and energy, particularly how both issues relate to the Trump administration.

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