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Disused wind turbine bladesDisused wind turbine blades dumped in Ravenshoe, Queensland, AustraliaNov 27, 2022
Concrete filling of wind turbine baseViking Energy, Shetland, Scotland - 103 such bases using 70,246 m³ of concrete produced from two batching plants created on siteNov 19, 2022
Wind turbine landscape in ItalyNov 19, 2022
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Size comparison of wind turbines and Statue of LibertySize comparison of turbines proposed for the Vermont town of Sheffield (but mostly overlooking Sutton) with those erected in Searsburg and the Statue of Liberty
Turbine fire in Thorney, EnglandTurbine fire - French Drove, Thorney, Cambridgeshire fens, 24 April 2022 - photo by Terry Harris via BBC
September 15, 2008: high winds caused blade to strike tower, bringing down the whole nacelle and blade assemblyOn September 15, 2008, high winds at the Searsburg facility in Vermont caused a blade to strike the tower, bringing down the whole nacelle and blade assembly.
Residents of Padubidri, Avaralu, Abbedi, Palimar and Nandikoor (India) - Aug. 22, 2007Residents of Padubidri, Avaralu, Abbedi, Palimar and Nandikoor (India) joined together on Aug. 22, 2007, at the proposed wind energy site of Suzlon Company and urged them to restore the infrastructural facilities damaged by them. The protestors demanded that Suzlon authorities repair the extensively damaged road between Avaralu and Matti, demanded a halt to the encroachment of land and oppressing of the locals, and demanded an explanation for encroaching on the Kanchinadka school grounds. From Daijiworld.
Black stuff under nacelleBlack stuff evident under nacelle - Clear Lake, Iowa, December 2010
If a kilowatt is generated in the forest, but all the lights are out, does it deserve a green energy credit?If a kilowatt is generated in the forest, but all the lights are out, does it deserve a green energy credit? - from
Sublette, IllinoisSublette, Illinois - Gamesa G-87s, 256' tower, 286' diameter blades, total height 399' - 1/2 mile from house
High Sheldon Wind, N.Y.High Sheldon Wind, N.Y. - photo by courtesy of "Wyoming County" (Picasa)

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