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World’s largest offshore wind farm opens in UK

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The world’s largest offshore wind farm became operational on September 23rd off the coast of Kent, in the United Kingdom.

With the opening of this farm, Britain’s capacity to produce wind power will increase by 30 percent. At full capacity, the farm is projected to power 200,000 homes, bringing the nation one step closer to its goal of producing 15 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2020. Currently it produces 3 percent.

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