Have you seen the news that Britain will be home to the largest ever offshore wind turbines?
Being built in the North Sea, each one can generate enough electricity for 16,000 homes and, all together, enough electricity to power 4.5 million homes (that’s with a combined installed capacity of up to 3.6GW)! Put another way, that's 5% of the UK's total power supply.
They’re pretty massive - at 260 metres high each, they’re only 50 metres off the height of The Shard.
The wind farm is great news for increasing Britain’s renewable energy capacity
What more would you like to see done, to help accelerate the growth of renewables in Britain?