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The World's Largest Wind Farm


The world's biggest wind farm has opened off the coast of Kent and is now generating power.

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Off the southeast quarter of Britain stands a new landmark, one of the first great feats of engineering of the 21stcentury. One hundred turbines make Thanet the biggest offshore wind farm in theworld, a site that heralds a new phase in renewable energy. Thanet will boost the UK offshore wind capacity by more than 30%, will be capable of supplying electricity to 200,000 homes. It means wind can now provide at least 4% of the UK’s total electricity consumption, with other renewables providing around 5%. Still though, a long way short of the ambitious targets in place. For the government being forced to make cuts, it’s one sector that's likely to escape unscathed.

“What we are determined to do is, by creating more of our own energy within the United Kingdom,to make us safe from the sort of shocks which we have seen in the past in the oil market, the gas market. That’s good news for consumers, it’s good news for businesses, and it’s good news for green growth. ”

Out here, seven miles from Ramsgate, that sounds although there’s nobody. And once built, 21people will work here, almost all of them from Kent.

"It is about the future. So going to local sea, the youngsters are the future. The wind farms are the future. And she’s got to have as one.”

There’s no doubt the scale of this place is impressive. But in many ways, the UK is playing catch-up with the rest of Europe. The blades here were made in Denmark. The site is operated by a Swedish company. You find the Scandinavians and the Dutch- and particularly the Germans - generate far more of their energy from renewable sources. But we do have one big advantage. Our wind is better, more productive than theirs.

The possibilities in this emerging industry go far beyond the Kent coast. Even bigger farms are under construction. The coastal towns and cities that take advantage will be the ones that give their young people new reasons to stay beside the sea.



Tom Parmenter, Sky News, Ramsgate.

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Off the southeast quarter of Britain stands a new landmark, one of the first great feats of engineering of the 21 century. One hundred turbines make Thanet the biggest offshore wind farm in the world. Besides, it harrows a new face in renewable energy. Thanet will boost the UK offshore wind capacity by more than 30%, will be capable of supplying electricity to 200,000 homes. It means that wind can now provide at least 4% of UK’s total electricity consumption, with the other renewables providing around 5%. Still though, a long way short of the ambitious target in place. For the government being forced to make cuts, its one sector is likely to escape unscanned.

What we are determined to do, is by creating more of our own energy within the United Kingdom to make us safe from the sort of shocks which we have seen in the past in the oil market, the gas market. That’s good news for consumers, that’s good news for businesses and it’s good news for green growth.

Out here, seven miles from Ramsgate, that sounds although there’s nobody. And it’s built, 21 people work here, almost all of them from Kent.

It is about the future. So the younger are the future, the wind farms are the future, and she’s got us everyone.

There’s no doubt the scale of this place is impressive. But in many ways, the UK is playing catshop with the rest of Europe. The plaids here were made in Denmark, the site is operated by a Swedish company. The Scandinavians and the Dutch, particularly the Germans, generate far more of their energy from renewable sources. But we do have one big advantage. Our wind is better, more productive than theirs.

The possibilities in this emerging industry go far beyond the Kent coast. Even bigger farms are under construction. The coastal towns and cities that take advantage will be ones that give their young people new reasons to stay beside the sea. Tom Povenson, sky news, Ramsgate.
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[Homework]2010-11-14 世界最大风力电厂

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Off the southeast quarter of Britain stands a new landmark, one of the first great feats of engineering of the 21st century. One hundred turbines make Thanet the biggest offshore wind farm in the world, a site that heralds a new phase in renewable energy. Thanet will boost the UK offshore wind capacity by more than 30%, will be capable of supplying electricity to 200,000 homes. It means / wind can now provide at least 4% of UK’s total electricity consumption, with / other renewables providing around 5%. Still though, a long way short of the ambitious targets in place. For the government being forced to make cuts, its one sector that's likely to escape unscathed.

What we are determined to do is, by creating more of our own energy within the United Kingdom, to make us safe from the sort of shocks which we have seen in the past in the oil market, the gas market. That’s good news for consumers, it’s good news for businesses, and it’s good news for green growth.

Out here, seven miles from Ramsgate, that sounds although there’s nobody. Ere it’s built, 21 people will work here, almost all of them from Kent.

It is about the future. So ** the youngsters are the future. The wind farms are the future. And she’s got to have as one.

There’s no doubt the scale of this place is impressive. But in many ways, the UK is playing catch-up with the rest of Europe. The blades here were made in Denmark. The site is operated by a Swedish company. You find the Scandinavians and the Dutch - and particularly the Germans - generate far more of their energy from renewable sources. But we do have one big advantage. Our wind is better, more productive than theirs.

The possibilities in this emerging industry go far beyond the Kent coast. Even bigger farms are under construction. The coastal towns and cities that take advantage will be
the ones that give their young people new reasons to stay beside the sea. Tom Parmenter, Sky News, Ramsgate.



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Off the southeast corner of Britain Stones, a new landmark, one of the first great feets of engineering of the 21st century. 100 turbines make Sunnet, the biggest offshore wind farm in the world. A site that harrows a new phase in renewable energy.

Sunnet would boost the UK offshore wind capacity  by more than 30%, which would be capable of supplying electricity to 200,000 homes. It means wind can now provide at least 4% of UK's total electricity consumption, with other renewable as providing around 5%. Still though, a long way shorts of the ambitious target in place. For the government being forced to make cuts, it's one sector does likely to escape unscaled.


What we were determined to do is by creating more of our own energy wherever in United Kingdom to make a safe and a sort of shops which we would have seen in the past in oil market and gas market. That's a good news for consumers, a good news for businesses, and a good news for green growth.


Out here, 7 miles from Ramsgate, that sounds almost nobody. Now its built, 21 people worked here, almost all of them from Kent.


It is about the future, so going the obscene the Anxis are the future, the wind farms are the future. And they should go to get as one.


Its lowdown scale of this place is impressive, but in many ways the UK is playing catchup with the rest of Europe. The bleats were made to Denmark. The site is operated by a Swedish company. If I discounted the Gambians,  the Dutch and particularly the Germans generate far more of their energy from renewable sources than we do half one disadvantage. I'll win this better more productive than theirs.


The possibilities in this emerging industry go far beyond the Kent coast. Even big farms around construction, the coastal towns and cities that take advantage, be the ones who give their young people new reasons to stay beside the sea.


Tom Hoven to Sky News, Ramsgate.

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Off the southeast quarter of Britain stands a new landmark, one of the first great feats of engineering of the 21st century. One hundred turbines make Thanet the biggest offshore wind farm in the world, a site that heralds a new phase in renewable energy. Thanet will boost the UK offshore wind capacity by more than 30%, will be capable of supplying electricity to 200,000 homes. It means wind can now provide at least 4% of UK’s total electricity consumption, with other renewables providing around 5%. Still though, a long way short of the ambitious targets in place. For the government being forced to make cuts, it’s one sector that's likely to escape unscathed.

“What we are determined to do is, by creating more of our own energy within the United Kingdom, to make us safe from the sort of shocks which we have seen in the past in the oil market, the gas market. That’s good news for consumers, it’s good news for businesses, and it’s good news for green growth. ”

Out here, seven miles from Ramsgate, that sounds although there’s nobody. Ere it’s built, 21 people will work here, almost all of them from Kent.

“It is about the future. So ** the youngsters are the future. The wind farms are the future. And she’s got to have as one.”

There’s no doubt the scale of this place is impressive. But in many ways, the UK is playing catch-up with the rest of Europe. The blades here were made in Denmark. The site is operated by a Swedish company. You find the Scandinavians and the Dutch - and particularly the Germans - generate far more of their energy from renewable sources. But we do have one big advantage. Our wind is better, more productive than theirs.

The possibilities in this emerging industry go far beyond the Kent coast. Even bigger farms are under construction. The coastal towns and cities that take advantage will be the ones that give their young people new reasons to stay beside the sea. Tom Parmenter, Sky News, Ramsgate.
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Off the southeast corner of Britain stands a new landmark, one of the first great feats of engineering of 21st century. 100 turbines make Thanet the biggest offshore windfarm in the word. besides, that holds a new face in the renewable energy. Thanet will boost the UK offshore wind capacity by more than 30%, will be capable of supplying electricity to 200,000 homes. I means winds can now provide at least 4% of the UK's total electricity consumption with other renewables provide around 5%. Still though, a long way short of ambitious targets in place. For the government being forced to make cuts is one sector that's likely to escape unscathed.

Well, what we determine to do is by creating more our own energy within the United Kingdom to make our safe from a sort of shocks which we've seen in the past in oil market, gas market. A good news for consumers, it's a good news for business, and it's a good news for green growth.

Out here, 7 miles from Ramsgate, that sound almost nobody. Now its builts 21 people would work here, almost all of them from Kents.

It is about the future, so ongoing obsolete, the oxsis of our future, a windfarm is the future and they should go and get it as one.
There's no doubt, the scale of this place is impressive, but in may ways, the UK is playing catchup with the rest of Europe. The blades here were made in Denmark, besides is operated by a Swidish company. If I discounted the Scardinavian, the Dutch and particularly the Germans generated far more than their energy from renewable sources, but we do have one big advangtage, our wind is better, more productive than theirs.

The possibilities in this emerging industry go far beyond the Kent coast even a big farms was under construction, the coastal towns and cities that take advantage, be the ones that give their young people the reasons to stay beside the sea.

Tom Hoven to Sky news, Ramsgate.
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Off the southeast quarter of Britain stands a new landmark, one of the first great feats of engineering of the 21st century. One hundred turbines make Thanet the biggest offshore wind farm in the world, a site that heralds a new phase in renewable energy. Thanet will boost the UK offshore wind capacity by more than 30%, will be capable of supplying electricity to 200,000 homes. It means /wind can now provide at least 4% of UK’s total electricity consumption, with other renewables providing around 5%. Still though, a long way short of the ambitious targets in place. For the government being forced to make cuts, it’s one sector that's likely to escape unscathed.

“What we are determined to do is, by creating more of our own energy within the United Kingdom, to make us safe from the sort of shocks which we have seen in the past in the oil market, the gas market. That’s good news for consumers, it’s good news for businesses, and it’s good news for green growth. ”

Out here, seven miles from Ramsgate, that sounds although there’s nobody. Ere it’s built, 21 people will work here, almost all of them from Kent.

“It is about the future. So ** the youngsters are the future. The wind farms are the future. And she’s got to have as one.”

There’s no doubt the scale of this place is impressive. But in many ways, the UK is playing catch-up with the rest of Europe. The blades here were made in Denmark. The site is operated by a Swedish company. You find the Scandinavians and the Dutch - and particularly the Germans - generate far more of their energy from renewable sources. But we do have one big advantage. Our wind is better, more productive than theirs.

The possibilities in this emerging industry go far beyond the Kent coast. Even bigger farms are under construction. The coastal towns and cities that take advantage will be the ones that give their young people new reasons to stay beside the sea. Tom Parmenter, Sky News, Ramsgate.
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Off the south east corner of Britan stands the landmark, one of the first great feeding engineering of 21 century. 100 turbo make furnet the biggest offshore wind farm in the world.Sites held new face in new Vinleg.Plants boost UK offshore wind capacity more than 30% will be capable of supplying electricity 200,000 homes. It means wind can now provide at least 4% of UK's total electricity consumption without renewable providing 5%.  Still though a long way short of the ambition target in place. The goverment being forced to make cuts in one section it's like to escape unsaved.
what determine to do is by creating more own engergy which renew United Kindom make us safe from shock seen from oil market gas market that a good news to consumer, a good news to bus a good new to green gross.
Out here 7 miles from N gate,that sound po nobody. Now it's built 21 working here almost all of them from Canada.
It is about future , going opposite side of future, wind farm future and go everywhere
it's no doubt scary the place is impressive, but in many ways UK is planing to catch up the rest of Europe. the blam plant made Demark besides it's operating by Swedish company . if i can scandal Dutch particularly German's generate far more energy from near bore source. but we do have a bigger advantage our wind is more better more productive than their's.
The possibility is emerging industry go far beyond the cant coast. Even big farm under construction close to the towns or cities take advantages with that giving you people new reasons to stay beside the sea. To sky news Ames
                                                   
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Off the south east corner of Britain stands a new landmark, one of the first great feats engineering of the 21st century. 100 turbines make Thanet the biggest offshore wind farm in the world. Besides, it harrows a new phase of renewable energy. Thanet will boost the UK offshore wind capacity by more than 30%. It will be capable of supplying electricity to 200,000 homes. It means wind can now provide at least 4% of the UK”s total electricity consumption, with other renewables providing around 5%. Still though, a long way short of the ambitious target in place. For the government being forced to make cuts, it’s one sector that is likely to escape and be saved.

What we’re determined to do is, by creating more of our own energy within the United Kingdom, to make us safe from what’s sort of shocked which we have seen in the past, in the oil market, in the gas market. That’s good news for consumers. It is good news for businesses, and it is good news for green growth.

Out here, seven miles from Ramsgate. That sounds the opening. Now it’s built. 21 people will work here, almost all of them from Kent.

It is about the future, for obviously the younger are the future. The wind farms are the future. It has got us as one.

There’s no doubt the scale of these places is impressive, but in many ways, UK is playing catch-up with the rest of the Europe. The slate was made in Denmark. Besides, it is operated by a Swedish company. The Scandinavians and the Dutch, particularly the Germans, generate far more of their energy from renewable sources. But we do have one big advantage. Our wind is better, more productive than theirs. The possibilities in this emerging industry go far beyond the Kent coast, even bigger farms are under construction. The coastal towns and cities that take advantage will be the ones to give their young people new reasons of to stay beside the sea. Tom Parmenter, Sky News, Ramsgate.
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Off the south east corner of Britain stands a new landmark, one of the first great feats engineering of the 21st century. 100 turbines make Thanet the biggest offshore wind farm in the world, a site that heralds a new phase of renewable energy. Thanet will boost the UK offshore wind capacity by more than 30%. It will be capable of supplying electricity to 200,000 homes. It means wind can now provide at least 4% of the UK’s total electricity consumption, with other renewables providing around 5%. Still though, a long way short of the ambitious target in place. For the government being forced to make cuts, it’s one sector that is likely to escape unscathed.

What we’re determined to do is, by creating more of our own energy within the United Kingdom, to make us safe from what’s sort of shocked which we have seen in the past, in the oil market, in the gas market. That’s good news for consumers. It is good news for businesses, and it is good news for green growth.

Out here, seven miles from Ramsgate. That sounds the opening. Now it’s built. 21 people will work here, almost all of them from Kent.

It is about the future, for obviously the younger are the future. The wind farms are the future. It has got us as one.

There’s no doubt the scale of these places is impressive, but in many ways, UK is playing catch-up with the rest of the Europe. The slate was made in Denmark. Besides, it is operated by a Swedish company. The Scandinavians and the Dutch, particularly the Germans, generate far more of their energy from renewable sources. But we do have one big advantage. Our wind is better, more productive than theirs. The possibilities in this emerging industry go far beyond the Kent coast, even bigger farms are under construction. The coastal towns and cities that take advantage will be the ones to give their young people new reasons to stay beside the sea.

Tom Parmenter, Sky News, Ramsgate.
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Thanet will boost UK offshore wind capacity by more than 30%, will be capable of supplying electricity to 200,000 homes. It means wind can now provide at least 4% of the UK total electricity consumption, with other renewables providing around 5%. Still though, a long way short of the ambitious targets in place. For the government being forced to make cuts, it’s one sector that’s likely to escape //.

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The possibilities in this emerging industry go far beyond the Kent coast. Even bigger farms were under construction, the coastal towns and cities that take advantage be the ones to give their young people the reasons to stay beside the safe.
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Off the southeast quarter of Britain stands a new landmark, one of the first great feats of engineering of the 21st century. One hundred turbines make Thanet, the biggest offshore wind farm in the world, a site that holds a new phase in renewable energy.

Thanet who boosts UK offshore wind capacity by more than 30%, will be capable of supplying electricity to 200 thousand homes. It means wind can now provide at least 4% of the UK’s total electricity consumption with other renewables providing around 5%. Still though, a long way shorts of the ambitious targets in place.

For the government being forced to make cuts, it is one sector that likely to escape umscaved.

What we determine to do is by creating more of our own energy within the United Kingdom to make our safe in sort of shocks which were seen in the past in oil market, gas market. That is good news for consumer, that is good news for businesses and that is good news for green growth.

Out here, seven miles from Rams gates, that sound prospers nobody. Now it was built, 21 people will work here, almost all of them from Kent.

It is about the future, so ongoing obsolete, the youngest of our future, the wind farms are the future, and they should go and get is as one.

There is no doubt the scale of this place is impressive, but in many ways, UK is planning catch up with the rest of the Europe.  The blades here were made in Demark; the site is operated by a Swedish company. If I discounted the Scandinavians, the Dutch, particularly the Germans, generated far more than their energy from renewable sources. But we do have one big advantage; our wind is better, more productive than theirs.

The possibilities in this emerging industry go far beyond the Kent coast, even bigger farm is under construction, the coastal towns and cities that take advantage, be the ones that give their young people new reasons to stay beside the sea.
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