I knew wind power was being pushed a lot in the UK as a way to meet our renewable energy targets but I hadn’t appreciated the scale…

Dogger Bank, off the Yorkshire coast, will fill close to 3,475 square miles, with 1,700 wind turbines. The Norfolk windfarm will cover an area larger than the county itself, while Hornsea, off Grimsby and the Humber, will be nearly as wide as England is from Hull to Liverpool.

Or the poor job being done to help local companies benefit.

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