An off-shore wind park with up to 100 turbines is set to be built off the coast at Scheveningen.
The renewable power project developer Evelop and Dutch construction firm Ballast Nedam announced on Wednesday that they have been granted a licence to develop the project.
The 300MW windpark will be built 30 kilometres off the coast of the seaside town. The plant is due to be operational in 2011 and will be able to produce electricity for 350.000 households.
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