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EDF Energy Renewables has completed construction at the 62 MW Teesside offshore wind in the U.K. The company says all 27 turbines have been installed, and 13 of them are already generating electricity.

The Teesside project is owned jointly by EDF Energy and EDF Energies Nouvelles and managed by joint venture EDF Energy Renewables. Offshore construction work on the Teesside scheme started in February 2012, and as the project moves to becoming fully operational, responsibility for the scheme will transfer to a new EDF Energy Renewables’ operational team.




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