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Horizon's 11,000-acre Rail Splitter facility, IllinoisHorizon's 11,000-acre Rail Splitter facility comprises 67 GE 1.5 MW sle turbines, each 388 ft in total ht and requiring 300 cubic yards or 30-40 truckloads of concrete - photo from JFinchPhotography.com
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Wolfe Island, OntarioWolfe Island, Ontario - Siemens 2.3-MW wind turbines, 126.5m (415ft) total height
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Wolfe Island, OntarioWolfe Island, Ontario - Siemens 2.3-MW wind turbines, 126.5m (415ft) total height
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Wolfe Island, OntarioWolfe Island, Ontario - Siemens 2.3-MW wind turbines, 126.5m (415ft) total height
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Wolfe Island, OntarioWolfe Island, Ontario - Siemens 2.3-MW wind turbines, 126.5m (415ft) total height
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Wapsinicon Wind Farm, Mower County, MinnesotaWapsinicon Wind Farm, Mower County, Minnesota - GE 1.5-MW turbines - photo by Dennis Schwartz
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Ainsworth wind facility, April 2008Wind turbines at the Ainsworth wind facility, April 2008 - picture by J. E. Ducey
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Large concrete foundation for a wind turbineThe floor on which the the large rebar and concrete base will sit - via Amici della Terra / Friends of the Earth Italy
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Construction of RE Power 5-MW wind turbine: hoisting the nacelleConstruction of RE Power 5-MW wind turbine: hoisting the nacelle (gearbox and generator housing)
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Construction of RE Power 5-MW wind turbineConstruction of RE Power 5-MW wind turbine
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Construction of RE Power 5-MW wind turbineConstruction of RE Power 5-MW wind turbine
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FFynnon Oer, WalesFFynnon Oer, Wales - RE Power MM82 2-MW wind turbines
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