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The UK Government has given the go ahead for four new windfarms to be built off ...

The UK Government has given the go ahead for four new windfarms to be built off the coast of Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Essex at Lynn, Inner Dowsing, Cromer and Gunfleet Sands. The new windfarms will produce more than 450 MW of electricity, enough to power a total of about 230,000 homes - equivalent to the population of a city more than six times the size of Lincoln or four times the size of Norwich. Each site will be made up of 30 turbines, all located at least three miles from the coast off East Anglia and Lincolnshire.

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