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One of the largest off-shore wind farms in the world


Detailed description of the Good Practice

The world's second largest offshore wind farm with a total capacity of 160 MW, enough to power 150,000 Danish households. Offshore turbines produce 150 percent more electricity than land-based turbines.

Horns Rev is the second largest off-shore wind project in the world with 80 wind turbines and a total capacity of 160 MW located 14-20 kilometers into the North Sea, off the west-coast of Denmark's Jutland Peninsula.
Energy efficiency

The turbines produce an annual output of 600,000,000 kilowatt-hours, which corresponds to the consumption of 150,000 Danish households, nearly 2% of Denmark's total electricity consumption.

energy efficiency
renewable sources of energy

Objectives of the Good Practice

to produce electricity with offshore wind farms

Participants of the Good Practice

City of Copenhagen

Funding of the Good Practice

City of Copenhagen

More Details of the Good Practice

Available files

Data sources and references

C40 Cities - Climate leadership Group
(Accessed June, 18, 2010)