Construction of the wind farm, led by the SSE Group’s renewables arm, SSE Renewables, began in January 2020 and as operator for the operations phase, Equinor will construct the new Operations and Maintenance (O&M) base, and operate the wind farm for its expected life of more than 25 years.
The overall wind farm comprises three 1.2GW phases, with each phase located more than 130km from the North East coast of England. When fully operational it will be able to provide enough renewable electricity for over 4.5 million UK homes.
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