Impossible Engineering S 4-Ep 5 - London Array Wind Farm

Impossible Engineering Series 4

We're embedded with the team of intrepid engineers who keep the London Array running - the largest offshore wind farm on the planet. Located in the famously hostile North Sea between the UK and northern Europe, this team have built and run 175 towering turbines that capture the energy of the wind and convert it into enough electricity for 500,000 homes. This army of giant spinning windmills that covers more than 100 square kilometres must be kept online producing electricity whatever the weather.
Aired:
Jul 22, 2021
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