"The facility, which will build 75m-long (246ft) rotor blades designed for 6MW turbines, is expected to be operational by autumn next year.
Production on the first batch of turbines for an offshore wind farm off the Norfolk coast is scheduled to start early 2017" fascinating ... multi purpose
Where the f*ck is Norfolk ... does it have a coast and does it freeze over ...?
"People will soon see steel rising from the ground and be able to observe our progress as this state-of-the-art facility takes shape."
Oh, are wind turbines made from steel then?
Still not buying into the Windfarms should be offshore not onshore brigade ... 'it spoils the view' Eh? dumbdiddy dooo.
Ah - wind turbines for dummies: https://www.worldsteel.org/dms/internetDocumentList/bookshop/worldsteel-...
Oh: 'Steel is infinitely recyclable. It also has a limited environmental impact. Recovery of the material at the end of its useful life also helps to recover upfront cost, due to the value of steel scrap. If parts are not given an extended life or reused elsewhere, they return to the steelmaking process'