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Disused wind turbine bladesDisused wind turbine blades dumped in Ravenshoe, Queensland, AustraliaNov 27, 2022
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Concrete filling of wind turbine baseViking Energy, Shetland, Scotland - 103 such bases using 70,246 m³ of concrete produced from two batching plants created on siteNov 19, 2022
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Wind turbine landscape in ItalyNov 19, 2022
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Concrete and rebar base to support 80-meter tower and 77-meter-diameter rotor bladesConcrete and rebar base to support 80-meter tower and 77-meter-diameter rotor blades - photo by Stewart C. Russell, scruss.com, 2005
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NO! to wind farm proposalCartoon by Robert Thompson in Private Eye, Feb. 8-21, 2008
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Oil leak stainsStains from oil leaks on 10-year-old Vestas V100 at Timber Road facility in Spaulding Co., Ohio - photo by Ginna Hinchcliff
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Disused wind turbine bladesDisused wind turbine blades dumped in Ravenshoe, Queensland, Australia
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Enercon E-126/6 MW in Emden, GermanyEnercon E-126/6 MW in Emden, Germany - rotor diameter 127 m (417 ft; swept area 12,668 sq.m [3.13 acres]), total height 198.5 m (651 ft)
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Scale of a 410-feet-high (262' tower) wind turbineScale of a 410-feet-high (262' tower) wind turbine -- from Friends of Stallashaw Moss (Scotland)
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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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