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Professor Simon Hogg's article in The Conversation

In 2023, some 100 miles off the coast of north-east England, the world’s largest wind turbines will start generating electricity. This first phase of the Dogger Bank offshore wind farm development uses General Electric’s Haliade X, a turbine that stands more than a quarter of a kilometre high from the surface of the sea to the highest point of the blade tip. Is there any limit to how big they can be? What are the considerations? Read the full article by Simon Hogg in The Conversation here.