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Arecleoch from BenerairdScotland: Arecleoch wind turbines from Beneraird - photo from Winds of JusticeSep 06, 2022

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Crane workHub height of 84 m (276 ft), maximum weight each load lifted was 66 tons - Terex AC-1000 crane.
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Significant alignment of wind generation in Scotland with wind generation in England and WalesRegional differences in wind generation significantly affect the requirement for transmission reinforcement, but there is significant alignment of wind generation in Scotland with wind generation in England and Wales, i.e., little diversity. (From NETS SQSS Review, Industry Review Group Wind Criteria Workshop: Scottish and Southern Energy, SP Transmission, and National Grid)
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Home near turbines of Maple Ridge facility on Tug Hill plateau, Lewis County, New YorkHome near turbines of Maple Ridge facility on Tug Hill plateau, Lewis County, New York
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Low winds over 10 days show limitation of storage‘The wind energy deficit — relative to its annual average — over the ten-day period was 246GWh. That is nearly 30 times the capacity of the largest pumped storage hydro facility in the UK and would cost about $37 billion, assuming suitable sites could be found.’ —Windpower Monthly, 22 March 2018
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