One of the world’s largest offshore wind energy farm is now operational overcoming Covid-19 challenges


ENERGIA LIMPIA XXI. The pandemic has not stopped the development of a project that is an example of green recovery opportunities: the park produces clean energy to power the equivalent of 630,000 homes after an investment of £2.5 billion and the generation of 3,500 jobs during its construction. Now, 100 qualified professionals are already managing its operation and maintenance
Iberdrola, through its subsidiary ScottishPower Renewables, has put into operation what is now the largest wind farm in its history and one of the world’s largest of its kind: the East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm in British waters in the North Sea.

With an installed capacity of 714 megawatts (MW), the 102 turbines that comprise it are already operational, producing clean energy for 630,000 British homes. East Anglia ONE started up on schedule despite the complex environment generated by the Covid-19 pandemic. A report carried by Energía Limpia XXI states…

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