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Wind turbine destroyed by fire in Sarow, GermanyWind turbine destroyed by fire caused by mechanical defect, Sarow, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany, January 3, 2022 - photo from Bernd Wüstneck, dpaJan 05, 2022
Offshore wind energy substationSubstation, Hornsea Two, North Sea, U.K. - photo from ØrstedDec 17, 2021
Discarded wind turbine blades, Bath, New YorkNew York state Assemblyman Andrew Goodell, R-Jamestown, tanding in front of a massive pile of discarded windmill blades near Bath - by courtesy of the Observer, DunkirkDec 14, 2021
Ice throw warningWarning of the danger of ice throw by wind turbines in Fosen, Norway - photo by Dan Robert Larsen, NRKNov 17, 2021

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Daniel and Carolyn d’Entremont of Nova Scotia set up at an information table at the mallDaniel and Carolyn d’Entremont of Nova Scotia set up at an information table at the mall - they and their children were forced to leave their home on Pubnico Point because of adverse health impacts from nearby wind turbines
San Patricio County, TexasWind turbines go up earlier this month in San Patricio County southwest of Taft. There are federal regulations that wind farms must follow, such as rules dealing with construction on wetlands and rules dealing with storm water runoff, but none triggers public notice requirements. Photo by Michael Zamora, Caller-Times (Corpus Christi, Texas).
Lissett, Yorkshire, U.K.Lissett, Yorkshire, U.K. - from Martin Bailey
Home among wind turbines in the Spearville Wind Energy FacilityA home sits beneath wind turbines in the Spearville Wind Energy Facility east of Dodge City. Thad Allton, Topeka (Kansas) Capital-Journal
Aridagawa, Wakayama, JapanFrom Eurus Energy
Chatham-Kent, OntarioChatham-Kent, Ontario - photo by David Libby
Bluegrass Ridge Wind Farm producing less energy and at higher cost than anticipatedMissouri's Bluegrass Ridge Wind Farm in Gentry County is producing less energy and at a higher cost than was anticipated. The goal was to produce 2 percent of Missouri's energy in 2008, at a cost of $80 per megawatt-hour. The actual amount has been between 0.5 percent and 1.4 percent a month.
Graveyard of broken wind turbine blades near Roscoe, Texas

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