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Oil needed in industrial wind turbineA Castrol Industrial brochure illustrates the several oil needs of an industrial wind turbine
Fowl wind(hi-resolution rasterized file available)
Nimby? Nope: Nowhere On Planet EarthNowhere On Planet Earth - from
Noise recording at a home near wind turbines in Vinalhaven, MaineSample noise recording at a home near the 3 wind turbines in Vinalhaven, Maine, as approved by the Maine State DEP. Remember that the DEP limit already represents a substantial increase over the preexisting ambient sound levels, which is likely to have around 35 dB or less. An increase in noise level of more than 6 dB causes widespread annoyance and disruption. An increase of 10 dB is perceived as a doubling of noise level.
SubsidiesIllustration by Mark Alan Stamaty
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)
Cup of tea, dear?"Couple sue for £380k after being driven out of home by noise from wind turbines", Daily Mail, 19th April 2010
Surrender, WisconsinSurrender, Wisconsin - from Kevin Kawula
WTF for WisconsinWind turbine facilities for Wisconsin - from Kevin Kawula
Our thanks to the community!Our thanks to the community! A message from your local wind developer
Luckies are easy on my throatAnd wind developers care about your community
There is an elephant in the roomFrom Better Plan, Wisconsin
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