Life at sea by world’s largest offshore wind farm in North Sea

Fancy a job with great sea views?

Meet the engineers who maintain 174 turbines that make up the world’s largest offshore wind farm, off the coast of Yorkshire.

They live on a ship in the North Sea for 14 days at a time, working 12-hour shifts.

Each turn of a turbine blade can provide enough electricity for an average UK home’s day.

BBC climate editor Justin Rowlatt jumps on board to meet the crew, and even goes up a turbine himself.

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