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15 February 2010

Norway joins race to build world's largest wind turbine

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Giant 10MW turbine will be tested on land before being installed in North Sea

The race to develop the world's largest wind turbine is heating up after a coalition of Norwegian companies announced they plan to develop a giant 10MW turbine, bringing them into direct competition with US-based Clipper Windpower and its high-profile Britannia Project to build a similar scale 10MW turbine.

The Norwegian turbine is being developed as part of the Sway project, a joint-initiative between Norwegian engineering and energy firms Statoil, Lyse, Inocean and Enova.


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