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Durham University



Durham University Electricy Supply from Blyth Offshore Wind Farm

From 1st October 2017, Durham University has taken its electricity supply Clean and Green. Working with its energy partner, The Energy Consortium (TEC) and its supplier, EDF Energy, the University has been able to specify the technology and source from where its power comes from. The University's power will be supplied from the new Blyth Offshore wind farm off the North East coast. The turbines are located 5.7km off the coast of Blyth, Northumberland and can provide enough low carbon electricity to power 34,000 homes. Further details are available.