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Wind turbine rotor diameters over time - graphic from VestasSep 10, 2021
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Remains of a forest in SwedenPhoto by courtesy of Motvind SverigeSep 02, 2021
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Converter station, Upper Kergord, ShetlandConverter station for wind energy facility, Upper Kergord, Shetland - photo by courtesy of Save ShetlandJun 08, 2021
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Oil stains from nacelle and blade hubGamesa 2-MW turbine in the "Top of Iowa II" facility grimed with oil stains - photo by Julie Kuntz, Feb. 28, 2021Mar 02, 2021

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Chatham-Kent, OntarioSouth Kent Wind, Pattern Energy and Samsung, Chatham-Kent, Ontario
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IndiaWind turbines near Kaavalkinaru in Tirunelveli district (India) - photo by A. Shaikmohideen
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Danger: risque de chute de glace (ice throw)Sign warning to stay at least 250 meters away from wind turbines because of ice throw danger - l’Érable, Québec, January 2013 - photo by courtesy of La Presse
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Steel Winds, Lackawanna, New YorkSteel Winds, UPC (First Wind), Lackawanna, New York
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Brindisi Montagna, Basilicata, ItalyBrindisi Montagna, Basilicata, Italy - 2-MW Gamesa G87’s, 110.5 m (362.5 ft) - from Gamesa
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Swindle design by Keith Blanchard, U.K.Swindle design by Keith Blanchard, Signal Graphic Design, U.K. (www.signalgraphic.co.uk), from the original bumper sticker by Preston McClanahan
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Kibby Mountain, MaineIn addition to 44 3-MW, 410-ft-high wind turbines, power collection lines and access roads, the project will include a 28-mile 115-kilovolt transmission line to the existing grid. Each section of the towers is about 87 ft. This was undisturbed forest habitat.
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On-site concrete plantOn-site concrete plant - photo by Francesco Miceli

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