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Kouloubakhata (Crazy)We did it! We saved the environment! From Wind Watch GreeceDec 03, 2023
Oil leaks from 10-year-old wind turbineOil leaking from the 10-year-old Vestas wind turbines in the “Blue Creek Wind Farm” in Paulding and Van Wert Counties, OhioNov 21, 2023
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 NorwayNov 17, 2023
Wind turbine foundation - Hawkesdale, AustraliaThis concrete and steel rebar foundation that will be buried forever is for one of the 23 4.2-MW wind turbines of the Hawkesdale facility near Warambool, Victoria, AustraliaNov 11, 2023

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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.
The 3.6-MW GE wind turbineThe 3.6-MW GE wind turbine
Starfish Hill Wind Farm, South Australia, Oct. 30, 2010Starfish Hill Wind Farm, South Australia, Oct. 30, 2010
Kibby Mountain, MaineKibby Mountain, Maine

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