Dutch clean-energy push

22 May 2018

A new proposal for two offshore wind farms in the Netherlands, due for completion in 2022, is aiming to be one of the first wind farm projects to operate only on private funding. The proposal would see the farms built 14 miles off the Dutch coast, stretching for 137 square miles and each generating 350 megawatts. That’s enough energy to power 1.5 million households, according to the MIT Technology Review

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