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Shattered blade … again  

Credit:  Sunday, March 20, 2011, Our Life with DeKalb Wind Turbines ~~

There was another turbine blade that shattered this morning in the Lee/Dekalb county windfarm project by Nextera Energy Resources (approximately 4 miles from our home … we can see the shattered turbine from our property). there was debris thrown from the blade.

In May of 2010 there was a blade that shattered in this project, and the NextEra spokesperson (Steve Stengel) said in the Dekalb County Chronicle: “that type of blade failure is unusual.”

Source:  Sunday, March 20, 2011, Our Life with DeKalb Wind Turbines

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