On Tuesday 11 July Vattenfall inaugurated Ray Wind Farm in Northumberland, UK. Its 16 turbines will supply 30.000 UK households with renewable energy. Gunnar Groebler, Vattenfall Wind Senior Vice President, says: "Vattenfall is in Britain to grow. Ray Wind Farm is part of that growth story. We are close to 1GW of installed capacity in the UK, next year I look forward to breaking through 1GW in the UK and by 2025 hitting our European target of 7GW. With projects like Ray Wind Farm we are well ...
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