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Ellsworth, IllinoisTwin Groves Wind Farm near Ellsworth, Illinois, May 29, 2019 - photo by David ProeberJun 03, 2020
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Fire: Texas, March 8, 2020Fire, March 8, 2020, between Taft and Portland, TexasMar 11, 2020
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Foundation slabThe steel and concrete base of the wind turbine is built on this foundation - photo by Uwe EichlerDec 29, 2019
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Wind turbine baseSteel rebar ready for the concrete - photo by Uwe EichlerDec 29, 2019

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Wind turbine constructionOwned by Transalta, 59 of the 60 turbines of the Castle River facility in Pincher Creek, Alberta, are Vestas V47 (660 kW) models: total height 73.5 meters (241 feet) - photo from Transalta
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The TerminatorAdvertisement for the Tesmec 1475 trench digger ("a 100 MW wind project could have up to 150,000 feet of trenches containing 450,000 feet of underground cables" -- North American Windpower, March 2009)
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IndiaWind turbines in Tirunelveli district, India
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Cohocton, New YorkCohocton, New York: UPC (First Wind)
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Capacity versus outputTotal capacity in 2013: 2,011 MW; average production in 2013: 529 MW (26.3%) - graph by courtesy of thejournal.ie
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September 15, 2008: high winds caused blade to strike tower, bringing down the whole nacelle and blade assemblyOn September 15, 2008, high winds at the Searsburg facility in Vermont caused a blade to strike the tower, bringing down the whole nacelle and blade assembly.
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St. Leon, Manitoba, Canada - the nearest turbine is 800 meters (one-half mile) from the houseSt. Leon, Manitoba, Canada - the nearest turbine is 800 meters (one-half mile) from the house
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Grevenbroich, GermanyPrototype of Nordex 2.5 MW turbine, commissioned in spring 2000, Grevenbroich, Germany: rotor diameter 80 m, 80 m tower - photo from Nordex

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