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EcoTech Centre
England
The Ecotech Centre was built in 1999 and was the UK's first megawatt class windmill. Initially designed as a tourist attraction it now focuses on school visits and is a home for local companies.
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Tags: wind turbine; windmill; swaffham; norfolk; united kingdom; ecotech centre; ecotech centre virtual tour; ecotech norfolk
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