New figures show that the UK's capacity for generating renewable cheap energy is on the rise.
According to data from RenewableUK, the UK now has 336 turbines spread over 11 offshore wind farms, which provide enough energy to power 700,000 homes across the country.
The increase in the number of wind turbines is attributed to energy suppliers E.ON's Robin Rigg installations and the completion of Dong Energy's Gunfleet Sands.
Offshore wind energy capacity has reached 1GW, while a further 4GW of offshore wind capacity is in construction or seeking planning consent, taking the overall energy capacity in development to over 40GW.
"The UK offshore wind industry has come of age," commented Maria McCaffery, chief executive of RenewableUK.
"To have deployed 1 GW of offshore wind plant in ten years, and with pioneering technology, is a tremendous step forward."
She added that within the last ten years, the UK has built a world-leading industry sector that will create long-term value for the country.
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