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London Array Wind Farm

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London Array Wind Farm (Wind , Active)

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Location in the UK : England, London, Thames Estuary    
Type of installation: Wind    on/offshore: off
Turbines :175  Capacity : 630 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: July 2013

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Opened on 4th July 2013 by David Cameron.

The London Array wind farm is being developed by a consortium comprising three partners E.on, Dong and Masdar. The wind farm would be located more than 20km (12 miles) from the Kent and Essex coasts in the outer Thames Estuary, one of the three strategic areas the Government has identified for offshore wind farm development.
E.ON and DONG Energy have become 50-50 partners in the 1.5billion London Array scheme, which was blown off course in May 2008 when Shell announced it was pulling out.

When fully operational, it would make a substantial contribution to the UK Government’s target of providing 15.4% of all electricity supply from renewable sources by 2015. Based on the current schedule, it is expected that the project would represent nearly 7% of this target. It would also avoid the emission of millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide over its life.

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 Calculations


Capacity: 630.000000000002
Start Speed: 5 m/s (11.185 mph)
Optimum Speed: 15 m/s (33.555 mph)
Stop Speed: 25 m/s (55.925 mph)

Local Weather Station:
Elevation of Weather Station:

Date for Wind forecast: 20/06/2018
Wind Speed at Weather Station: mph
Wind Direction:
Outputratio = 0.00
Output of Wind Farm = 0.0

Alternative Wind Speed: in mph Capacity: 630.000000000002 start: 5 Optimum: 15/ Stop: 25 / wind: / ratio 350931


Weather Station Name : Clacton-On-Sea Latitude: 51.7891 Longitude: 1.1548 Elevation: 12

DateWind DirectionWind SpeedStart / StopCapacity Factor Output MW/hrGenerated MWhrs
19/06/2018 18:00:00SSW 16 5 / 25 0.215 135.60406.8
19/06/2018 21:00:00SW 13 5 / 25 0.081 51.12560.16
20/06/2018WSW 7 5 / 25 560.16
20/06/2018 03:00:00SW 9 5 / 25 560.16
20/06/2018 06:00:00SW 11 5 / 25 560.16
20/06/2018 09:00:00SW 11 5 / 25 560.16
20/06/2018 12:00:00SSW 13 5 / 25 0.081 51.12713.52
20/06/2018 15:00:00SW 13 5 / 25 0.081 51.12866.88
20/06/2018 18:00:00WNW 11 5 / 25 866.88
20/06/2018 21:00:00WNW 9 5 / 25 866.88
21/06/2018NW 13 5 / 25 0.081 51.121020.24
21/06/2018 03:00:00NW 16 5 / 25 0.215 135.601427.04
21/06/2018 06:00:00NW 16 5 / 25 0.215 135.601833.84
21/06/2018 09:00:00NW 16 5 / 25 0.215 135.602240.64
21/06/2018 12:00:00NNW 13 5 / 25 0.081 51.122394
21/06/2018 15:00:00N 11 5 / 25 2394
21/06/2018 18:00:00NNE 9 5 / 25 2394
21/06/2018 21:00:00NNE 4 5 / 25 2394
22/06/2018WNW 4 5 / 25 2394
22/06/2018 03:00:00WNW 7 5 / 25 2394
22/06/2018 06:00:00NW 9 5 / 25 2394
22/06/2018 09:00:00NNW 11 5 / 25 2394
22/06/2018 12:00:00NNW 11 5 / 25 2394
22/06/2018 15:00:00NNE 11 5 / 25 2394
22/06/2018 18:00:00NE 11 5 / 25 2394
22/06/2018 21:00:00NE 7 5 / 25 2394
23/06/2018S 4 5 / 25 2394
23/06/2018 03:00:00W 4 5 / 25 2394
23/06/2018 06:00:00W 7 5 / 25 2394
23/06/2018 09:00:00WNW 4 5 / 25 2394
23/06/2018 12:00:00WSW 7 5 / 25 2394
23/06/2018 15:00:00WSW 7 5 / 25 2394
23/06/2018 18:00:00ESE 9 5 / 25 2394
23/06/2018 21:00:00E 7 5 / 25 2394
Project Info
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The world's fifth biggest wind farm has opened off the Norfolk coast
Dubbed the Race Bank development, the wind farm is capable of powering more than half a million UK homes, according to the Danish energy firm Orsted.
Source: dailymail, Date and Time of entry: 13 June 2018 00:00

Plan for 40 acre solar power and sheep farm at Ainderby Steeple
Northallerton businessman David Kerfoot and his neighbours have announced their opposition to proposals to install 29,528 1.6m by 1m photovoltaic panels
Source: northernecho, Date and Time of entry: 08 June 2018 00:00

New wind farm can be game-changer for Aberdeen, project boss says
Vattenfall project director Adam Ezzamel said yesterday that he wants the project to change Aberdeen from a traditional oil and gas hub to a city known for renewable energy.
Source: energyvoice, Date and Time of entry: 06 June 2018 00:00

Tories claim SNP planning Borders money grab over wind farms Read more at: ht
Angry Conservatives have claimed the Scottish Government is planning a multi-million pound money grab from the Borders by charging for work undertaken by the local council on wind farm applications.
Source: scotsman, Date and Time of entry: 06 June 2018 00:00

Ventient Energy to appeal planning decision on Kirkby Moor wind farm
It was a close vote with the planning committee split almost down the middle, six members voted to refuse the application for the wind farms continued operation and five voting against refusal.
Source: cumbriacrack, Date and Time of entry: 06 June 2018 00:00

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