The world's largest wind farm is being planned by electric-grid firm TenneT — Quartz


11 bookmarks. First posted by thewavingcat january 2018.


Wind farms need a lot of space—not something the world has much to spare. That’s why they’re being pushed out into the sea. via Pocket
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january 2018 by Werderbach
The Dutch plan to build an artificial island to support the world’s largest wind farm
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january 2018 by Varna
"The Dutch plan to build an artificial island to support the world’s largest wind farm"
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january 2018 by peterjblack
Wind farms need a lot of space—not something the world has much to spare. That’s why they’re being pushed out into the sea. via Pocket
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january 2018 by cthorpe
Wind farms need a lot of space—not something the world has much to spare. That’s why they’re being pushed out into the sea. via Pocket
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january 2018 by jburkunk
The Dutch plan to build an artificial island to support the world’s largest wind farm via Instapaper http://ift.tt/2EBN8d0
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january 2018 by craniac
Wind farms need a lot of space—not something the world has much to spare. That’s why they’re being pushed out into the sea.
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january 2018 by Goldmanjordan
Wind farms need a lot of space—not something the world has much to spare. That’s why they’re being pushed out into the sea. via Pocket
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january 2018 by drewcaldwell
Wind farms need a lot of space—not something the world has much to spare. That’s why they’re being pushed out into the sea. via Pocket
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january 2018 by michaelkpate
The Dutch plan to build an artificial island to support the world’s largest wind farm
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january 2018 by jamescampbell
Dogger Bank, an artificial island planned by Tennet (who operate the Netherlands' electric grid) appears to be an ambitious plan indeed, aiming to support the world's largest wind farm offshore. Now I'm not an expert for energy or maritime ecosystems, but from my amateur point of view this seems like the kind of promising plan we might need more of if we want to see the end of the century without having to hide in some geodesic dome or another.
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january 2018 by thewavingcat