The image shows clouds forming in the wakes of the front row of wind turbines of the Horns Rev wind farm off the coast of Denmark. The downstream wind turbines lose 20% or 30% of their power, and sometimes even more, relative to the front row. The spacing of the turbines is 7 rotor diameters.
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Wind turbines at the Horns Reef wind plant in Denmark, about 20km off the port of Esbjerg.
These offshore windmills are situated in the North Sea near Esbjerg, Denmark
This offshore windmill park at Middelgrunden near Copenhagen, Denmark, contains 20 white windmills.
The Horns Rev Wind Farm in Denmark, rated to produce 160 megawatts, is situated in water 10-15 meters deep. The following link is to the article in which this appeared:http://www.windwatch.org/news/2938