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Hornsea One Wind Farm

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Hornsea One Wind Farm (Wind , Agreed/Planning)

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Location in the UK : England, North Sea, North of East Anglia    
Type of installation: Wind    on/offshore: off
Turbines :174  Capacity : 1218 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: 2020

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Hornsea Project One and Two
The Hornsea zone has the potential to provide enough electricity to meet approximately 4% of all electricity demand in the UK and power approximately 3 million homes.
The UK goal for renewable electricity generation is approximately 30%. Hornsea's offshore generation could account for approximately 12% of that target.
The width of the Hornsea zone is approximately equivalent to the width of the UK from Liverpool to Hull.
The total zone area is 4,735 km.
The zone lies between 31km and 190km off the Yorkshire coast.
Water depths across the zone are predominantly between 30 and 40m, with maximum depths to 70m.
The zone is adjacent to the River Humber, 200km south of Newcastle and 75km north of The Wash.
The Humber estuary is triangulated by three main population centres, Hull to the north, Grimsby to the southeast and Scunthorpe to the southwest.

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