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Des mesures vibratoires pour les éoliennes de Saint-Servant  

Credit:  dimanche 19 février 2012 ouest-france.fr ~~

[Vibration measurements for Saint-Servant wind turbines — GDF Suez, operating the wind facility for Eole Génération, plans to make vibration measurements in homes close to the wind turbines. These wind turbines, installed in 2009, are in the crosshairs of some residents. Noisy because of a defect in the last third of the blade, they are not operated at night and are limited during the day. Trees were planted to hide their views and the shadows when the sun is low, and some homes have received insulation work. But residents complain of vibration.]

La société GDF Suez, en charge de l’exploitation du parc éolien pour le compte d’Eole génération, envisage d’effectuer des mesures vibratoires dans des habitations proches des éoliennes de Saint-Servant. Ces éoliennes, installées en 2009, sont dans le collimateur de certains riverains. Bruyantes à cause d’un défaut au niveau du dernier tiers de pale, elles ne fonctionnent plus la nuit et sont bridées le jour. Des arbres ont été plantés pour cacher leur vue et les ombres portées quand le soleil est bas, certaines maisons ont bénéficié de travaux d’isolation, mais des habitants se plaignent de vibrations. Ces mesures permettront de les quantifier.

Source:  dimanche 19 février 2012 ouest-france.fr

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