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Oil leak, Neilston Community Wind Farm, ScotlandOil leak, turbine no. 2 in 11-year-old Neilston Community Wind Facility, Scotland - photo posted by Willie Jackson on Scotland Against Spin Facebook pageJul 17, 2024
Handouts foreverOver 30 years of taxpayer handouts and they still can't stand on their own - cartoon by Josh ( 01, 2024
Off-shore wind turbine sizes globally over timeOff-shore wind turbine sizes globally over time - from Berkeley National LaboratoryMar 20, 2024
Remains of burned wind turbineBurned-out wind turbine in Clausnitz, Germany, after fire on February 26, 2024 - photo from Gegenwind ClausnitzMar 08, 2024

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Wind farms on almost every hill top inside the Mari Kanive State Forest in Karnataka's Chitradurga District (India)Wind farms on almost every hill top inside the Mari Kanive State Forest in Karnataka's Chitradurga District (India)
Markbygden, SwedenMarkbygden, Sweden - when completed, this is to be the largest windpower facility in Europe - it is majority-owned by the Chinese power company CGN and is contracted to sell the power to Norsk Hydro in Norway
Cefn Croes, Wales - hill beforeCefn Croes, Wales - hill before
Turbine blades on trucks in Brittany, FranceTurbine blades on trucks in Brittany, France
Forest clearance for wind turbineForest clearance for wind turbine
Life in an 86-turbine windfarm after one yearLife in an 86-turbine windfarm after one year
Mount Emerald, Queensland, Australia: time in 2022 at different output rangesSteven Nowakowski of Rainforest Reserves Australia collected 2022 5-minute output data for the 180-MW Mount Emerald wind energy facility in Queensland, Australia. The average output was 26.8% of capacity - generating at or above that rate of 48.3 MW only 40% of the time. The median output was 18.1% of capacity (meaning that half the time it was generating less than 32.6 MW.

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