- GFA 4,800 m²
- Client London Array
- Status Complete
- Sector Nuclear and Energy
- Country UK
The London Array project, located between the Kent and Essex coasts, will be a major generator of sustainable energy in the UK and responds to the wider global agenda to reduce CO2 emissions.
Ultimately it will generate 1,000MW of electricity, serving the needs of 750,000 homes – equivalent to approximately a quarter of households in Greater London or all of the homes in Kent and East Sussex.
Once completed, the wind farm’s power will be fed to a substation at Cleve Hill near Graveney, which will connect to the National Grid’s 400kV transmission system to feed power into the UK’s electricity network. RMJM’s design shields the transformers, electrical switchgear and back-up electrical generators, offering protection to the equipment as well as creating a sculptural focal point on the landscape.
Visible from the popular Saxon Shore Way footpath located a kilometre away across agricultural land, it is the intention that RMJM’s design will become an architectural landmark in the region.