This year Hornsea Two, from Orsted, became the world’s largest offshore wind farm when commissioning completed in August, while RWE’s Triton Knoll has seen the biggest machines yet to be operated from Grimsby installed above the near North Sea waters it occupies. Join: Offshore Wind and Hydrogen
- Oct 27, 2022 11:38 am GMT
Hornsea Two and Triton Knoll became fully operational while in Hull a 2,000th blade was produced in a stunning year
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