Box 7.2 Power produced and land used by wind farms – a rough calculation
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The offshore potential is much less constrained. For example, between 100 and 150 TWh p.a. could in theory be obtained from sites in shallow water off East Anglia, i.e. over a third of the UK electricity requirements, and more from sites further out. Indeed in theory offshore wind could supply all the electricity the UK needs.