Floating wind turbine may produce electricity in July

A large-scale floating wind turbine will be tested over the next two years in Norway. The turbine, developed by StatoilHydro of Norway and Siemens of Germany, is located at a water depth of 720 feet and will start producing electricity next month. It is attached to the ocean floor with three anchor cables and connected to the grid on the mainland by cables from shore.

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