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wind farm

a large group of wind-driven generators for electricity supply
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Wind farm

A vast tract of land covered with wind-powered turbines that are used to drive generators that produce electricity.
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UKW will acquire a net 35.5% stake in the wind farms for a consideration of GBP 452m (USD 585.70m), while the managed account will acquire a net 14.4% for GBP 183m.
Eolus Vind AB (STO:EOLUB), a wind power developer in the Nordics, announced on Wednesday the completion of the wind farm Anneberg in Tidaholm municipality in accordance with the time table set.
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In an innovative move, Scotland just completed the Hywind project -- a project to install a wind farm off the coast of the town Petershead.
North Hoyle wind farm, with 100 metre high turbines, was built five miles off Rhyl and Prestatyn and commissioned in 2003.
Stroupster is the fourth wind farm that UKW has bought from BayWa r.e.
EDP Renewables develops, constructs, owns and operates wind farms throughout North America.
The investigations could lead to proposals for a wind farm of between 50 and 100 turbines, including machines up to 170 metres tall, it is claimed.
The project is EDF Energy Renewables' first UK offshore wind farm.
These wind farms are to be built in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, heavily reliant on its tourist industry to support an ever-fragile rural economy.