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    Friday, September 15, 2017

    European Ocean Wind’s ‘Apollo Moon Landing’

    A vast 'wind power hub' could supply 70 to 100 million people with renewable energy

    Anmar Frangoul, Septenber 14, 2017 (CNBC)

    “…Denmark headquartered Dong Energy was [just] awarded the contract to build the world's largest offshore wind farm, Hornsea Project Two, off the coast of the U.K…More than one third of Danish electricity production comes from turbines, according to the Danish Energy Agency. Danish transmission system operator (TSO) Energinet owns, operates and develops the country's transmission systems for electricity and natural gas…[Because the country's reliance on wind energy poses its own unique set of challenges, the grid operator is now planning] a vast wind power installation…The wheels are in motion for what has been described as ‘the energy sector's Apollo moon landing’…[Energinet, along with TSOs from the Netherlands and Germany, will develop] a vast renewable electricity system, involving artificial islands, in the middle of the North Sea…If fully realised, the North Sea Wind Power Hub could, according to those involved in the project, supply 70 to 100 million Europeans with renewable energy by 2050…[The artificial island and interconnectors could make] it possible to send energy to different countries where it is needed, getting better prices in the process…” click here for more

    In the coming years, Europe could be home to a vast wind power hub from CNBC.


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