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SLP Energy, a subsidiary of SLP Engineering, has announced plans for the world's largest onshore wind turbine to be built at Ness Point, near Lowestoft in Suffolk. Standing 150m tall, with blades over 100m wide, the company wants to use the turbine for research and development to help establish future sustainable energy use. If planning permission is granted, construction will begin in 2002.

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