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1 July 2001
News of offshore development has filled two to three pages of each issue of this magazine for the past four months, this issue being no exception. Denmark leads the field and will have a 160 MW running in the North Sea by this time next year, if all goes according to plan. Sweden should have made its mark with a second plant by then, too, while the UK is in an advanced stage of planning for at least one project. Germany, while further behind in the details, has by far the grandest plans, however. Over 12,000 MW of projects have been proposed for German waters
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