Ill wind blows away turbine project
The collapse of plans to build 10MW wind turbines at a factory in Northumberland has not damaged the buoyant mood of the offshore sector, according to the industry trade body.RenewableUK’s head of offshore wind, Nick Medic, says that the announcement ending the Britannia project, which had been due to receive £6.9 million of government support, should not be seen in isolat
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