For wind farms, bigger really can mean better

WORLDWIDE: Setting the scene for this supplement on major projects has raised a number of questions about what constitutes a large wind farm and why we build them. Why, for example, develop a very large wind farm rather than several smaller ones? Do we build such large wind farms because they look more like conventional power stations and, if so, should we be taking a more progressive approach? Is ego or economics the main driver?

by Andrew Garrad

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