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Arecleoch from BenerairdScotland: Arecleoch wind turbines from Beneraird - photo from Winds of JusticeSep 06, 2022
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Wind turbine collapse and fireWind turbine collapse and fire in Custer County, Oklahoma, August 9, 2022Aug 10, 2022
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Wind turbine foundationWind turbine foundation - MalaysiaAug 09, 2022
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Wind turbine foundationWind turbine foundation - Mynydd y Gwrhyd, WalesAug 09, 2022

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Graveyard of broken wind turbine blades near Roscoe, Texas
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Clearance and road building for Record Hill wind project in Roxbury, MaineClearance and road building for Record Hill wind project in Roxbury, Maine
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CaliforniaCalifornia
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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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Northern New YorkPhoto by courtesy of Gerald Duffy
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The Renewable That Ate the IrreplaceableThe Renewable That Ate the Irreplaceable: “You are the renewable that keeps us dependent on the grid” - from beat poodle Fred Milton, by courtesy of Lynda Barry
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August 2003 heatwave in Germany - very little wind energyAugust 2003 heatwave in Germany - very little wind energy
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Example of drying process by wind turbine wakesWind speed estimated to be 10-13m/s; scientists at Technical University of Denmark note example of drying process, which is why turbines towards back are not shrouded in fog

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