Triton Knoll wind farm due to generate power by 2021

The Triton Knoll wind farm is on track to start generating power for the UK by 2021.

The facility has successfully installed one out of the two OSPs that will transmit low carbon energy to the shore – the Offshore Substation Platform (OSP) East.

50-kilometre-long subsea export cables will transport the low carbon electricity to shore.

Consisting of 90 wind turbines the wind farm could supply more than 80,000 UK homes with clean energy and forms part of the UK’s efforts to decarbonise its energy supply chain.

Triton Knoll wind farm due to generate power by 2021

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