NEWS IN BRIEF: Wind approval

February 2011
Engineer (Online Edition);2/14/2011, p9
The article informs that the 230 Megawatt Humber Gateway offshore wind farm will be build by E.ON AG to provide nearly 150,000 homes with energy.


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