Cheap energy users in the UK have helped propel the country to the top of the offshore wind power league.
According to figures from the European Wind Energy Association, Britain has installed 1,341MW of cheap electricity generating equipment.
This compares to Denmark's offering of 854MW, the Netherlands with 249MW and Belgium's 195MW.
Peter Madigan, head of offshore renewables at RenewableUK, commented: "The UK's offshore wind roll out is continuing at full speed. Last week the first turbines at Walney and Greater Gabbard have started delivering electricity to the grid.
"Once completed these two offshore wind farms will take the UK over the 2 gigawatt (GW) mark. We now need to ensure that we are best poised to capture the full benefits such a massive infrastructure project offers, including increased employment and business activity.
Meanwhile, a wind farm project in Cumbria has been scaled down due to concerns raised by nearby residents.
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