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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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Construction of RE Power MM82 2-MW wind turbine at Jiedlitz, Sachsen, GermanyConstruction of RE Power MM82 2-MW wind turbine at Jiedlitz, Sachsen, Germany - photo by Jan Oelker
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Taiban Mesa, New MexicoTaiban Mesa, New Mexico
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Luckies are easy on my throatAnd wind developers care about your community
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Capacity versus production in WisconsinFrom Jim Bembinster
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Cefn Croes, Wales - road before (1)Cefn Croes, Wales - road before (1)
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U.K.: 73% of the time the wind speed is below 18 mph, but 85% of the potential power output of a wind turbine is at wind speeds over 18 mphGraph of wind speeds in the U.K. overlaid with a typical wind turbine power curve, showing that 73% of the time the wind speed is below 18 mph, but 85% of the potential power output of a wind turbine is at wind speeds over 18 mph
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Electricity production over 24 hours: base, intermediate, and peak loadsRepresentation of electricity production over 24 hours, showing base, intermediate, and peak loads - only peak load plants are able in most places to respond sufficiently quickly to variations in wind energy production
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Groton Wind, New HampshireApril 22, 2013 - Photo by courtesy of William Hemmel, Aerial Photo NH

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