Offshore wind farm in the Baltic with 1.1 GW obtains approval

The largest offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea could become a reality after a partnership between energy company and developer has been granted local approval.

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A brand new offshore wind turbine market could be in the making.

The local council in the Estonian region of Hiiu has approved a partnership between the energy company Nelja Energia and Hiiumaa Offshore Tuulepark for the development of an offshore wind farm with capacity of 700 to 1,100 MW, reports Estonian news bureau BNS, according to media ERR.

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