Extravagant a task with incredible ocean sees?
Meet the specialists who keep 174 turbines that make up the world’s biggest seaward wind ranch, off the shore of Yorkshire.
They live on a boat in the North Sea for 14 days all at once, working 12-hour shifts.
Each turn of a turbine cutting edge can give sufficient power to a normal UK home’s day.
News environment proofreader Justin Rowlatt commits to meet the group and even goes up a turbine himself.