The Dudgeon Offshore Windfarm’s 67 turbines have now reached completion with the last one installed this week.
Once up and running the farm will be producing enough power to supply 410,000 homes.
The towers, nacelles and blades have been shipped from Denmark to the new Siemens pre-assembly and load on the outskirts of Hull, UK.
The turbine towers have also been assembled there.
It’s predicted that the operation phase of the windfarm will create 70 UK jobs.
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