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The number of UK wind turbines is set to rise to avert a power crisis, Energy Secretary Chris Huhne has indicated.
Speaking ahead of a key policy statement to the Commons on Tuesday, Mr Huhne identified Dogger Bank in the North Sea as a prime area for further offshore development.
"It's relatively cheap to put wind turbines in that shallow area," he said.
"It's beautifully windy so it does actually produce a lot of electricity - that is a really important natural resource for us."
Mr Huhne said the UK needed to become more independent in energy production to allow it to withstand "shocks from the outside world".
"The lights will not go out on my watch," he said.
The Energy Secretary said it was feasible for Britain to be totally self-sufficient thanks to renewable sources, which also includes wave power and harnessing tidal streams.
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