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Construction in GermanyWind turbines under construction in Germany - photo by Hinrich NeumannJun 05, 2022
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Turbine fire in Thorney, EnglandTurbine fire - French Drove, Thorney, Cambridgeshire fens, 24 April 2022 - photo by Terry HarrisApr 25, 2022
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Turbine fire in Thorney, EnglandTurbine fire - French Drove, Thorney, Cambridgeshire fens, 24 April 2022 - photo by Terry HarrisApr 25, 2022
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Turbine fire in Thorney, EnglandTurbine fire - French Drove, Thorney, Cambridgeshire fens, 24 April 2022 - photo by Terry Harris via BBCApr 25, 2022

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Wind turbine sizes over the yearsNote significant leap in 2000 - from http://engineering.case.edu/emac/news/Carbon-Nanotube-Reinforced
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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.

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