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The world's first floating wind farm will power 20,000 homes

The new Hywind turbines will provide power for 20,000 homes Image: REUTERS/Nikolaj Skydsgaard

Callum Brodie

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Scotland’s reliance on wind power has grown in recent years Image: ATLAS
Tug boats equipped with thick cables have been used to move the Hywind towers Image: Bloomberg via Getty
Many people view onshore wind farms as an eyesore. Image: REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

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