The Teesside wind farm is situated in the North Sea and was brought online in 2013. . It is run by EDF Energy.
It has been built in around 1.5 metres of water. Most of the UK projects are built in shallow waters with the turbines using monopile foundations.
It has a nameplate capacity of 62MW and was developed by EDF Energy.
The UK offshore industry is second to none when it comes to development. Unfortunately, the most of the UK projects are built by foreign companies.
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Teesside Fact File
- Capacity: 62MW
- Online: 2013
- Developer:EDF Energy
- Operator: EDF Energy
- Max depth: 1.5
- Sea: North Sea
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