January 2008
Green Futures;Jan2008, Issue 67, p5
The article offers information on the efficiency of the offshore wind turbines in Great Britain. It is predicted that offshore wind around the nation's coasts could supply all the household electricity needs by 2020. According to John Hutton, secretary of state for business, enterprise and regulatory reform, offshore wind could be the key in achieving renewable targets.


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