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The Dudgeon wind farm opened in November 2017 and it consists of 67 Siemens turbines. The farm produces 402 megawatts which provide power to more than 410,000 UK homes. It is owned by Statoil, Statkraft and Masdar and cost around £1.5 billion. Statoil operates the wind farm out of Great Yarmouth. The turbine foundations were laid at the same time as the building of the substations in 2016. The cable from the wind farm comes ashore at Weybourne and the total area of the wind farm is 55km2. The operations and maintenance will be carried out from the port at Great Yarmouth. More than 70 people work full time on the wind farm both on and offshore. The wind farm has an operational lifetime of 25 years.
Number of Turbines: 67
Power Generated (in MW): 402
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