World’s First Floating Wind Farm is Now Operational

The world’s first floating wind farm is now fully operational as reported by The Australian.

5 wind turbines floating 100 metres above the seabed of Aberdeenshire, Scotland are producing power for up to 20,000 homes.

Advancements such as these open up big opportunities for the renewable energy industry; this type of floating wind farm could be a good option for countries that don’t have the area to build on-land turbines or for places with steep coastlines.

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