Comparing energy islands
- Feb 9, 2021 10:34 pm GMT
Photograph: Danish government
It has been reported Denmark has struck a USD $34 billion deal to provide a clean energy hub in the North Sea that would be the largest construction project in Danish history.
Situated 50 miles off the coast of the Jutland peninsula, the artificial island will provide storage and a distribution platform for 200 offshore wind turbines that can provide 3 gigawatts of electricity. The island will be 120,000 square meters and the wind turbines will have a sea surface to blade tip height of about 260 meters compared to the Eiffel Tower’s height of 324 meters.
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