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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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Pryor Mountain, MontanaFour of the 114 giant wind turbines marring the landscape near Pryor Mountain, Montana - photo by Mark HollowayDec 24, 2020
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GreeceGreece - photo from Ελεύθερα Βουνά χωρίς αιολικά (Save Greek Mountains)Dec 22, 2020
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Ellsworth, IllinoisTwin Groves Wind Farm near Ellsworth, Illinois, May 29, 2019 - photo by David ProeberJun 03, 2020

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UPC Kaheawa, Maui, Hawaii - “about 12.5 tons of steel in each tower foundation”UPC Kaheawa, Maui, Hawaii - “about 12.5 tons of steel in each tower foundation”
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Grover, ColoradoGrover, Colorado - Karl Riters, The Coloradoan
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In Spain, 660-kW Gamesa G47 collapsed in high winds, February 2015In Spain, 660-kW Gamesa G47 collapsed in high winds, February 2015 - photo by Mariano Sanjuán
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Hardscrabble Wind Farm, Herkimer County, New YorkHardscrabble Wind Farm, Herkimer County, New York - photo from Iberdrola Renewables
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Porhoët, FrancePorhoët, France
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Braes of Doune wind energy facility behind Stirling, ScotlandThe Braes of Doune wind energy facility on snow-covered hills behind Stirling, Scotland - taken by Press Association photographer Andrew Milligan
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Jiminy Peak, MassachusettsJiminy Peak, Massachusetts
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Base of wind turbine foundation: concrete and steelUniversity of Minnesota Outreach, Research and Education Park, 2011 - the base of the foundation is 10 feet deep and 60 feet in diameter, the foundation consists of 40 tons of steel rebar

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