14 Feb '15, 8pm

145 MW Of Offshore Wind Power For Northern Japan

Each of the ports is considered to be a major port for Japan. According to one source , a 1 MW turbine located offshore can power about 400 homes, when there is adequate wind. (Offshore winds tend to blow more consistently, so the number of homes an offshore turbine can provide power to typically is greater than the number of homes that can be powered by land turbines.) If the 1 MW per 400 homes estimate is an accurate figure, the Akita offshore wind farms will provide enough electricity for approximately 58,000 homes.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2015/02/14/145-mw-offshore-wind-...

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