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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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Palm Springs, CaliforniaPalm Springs, California - Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times
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Gamesa G90 foundationGamesa G90 (2 MW) - “more than 50 loads of cement, 60 tons of rebar, and one very large crane”
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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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Hardscrabble Wind Farm, Herkimer County, New YorkHardscrabble Wind Farm, Herkimer County, New York - photo from Iberdrola Renewables
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Rebar and foundation pitSteel rebar and foundation pit
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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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San Patricio County, TexasWind turbines go up earlier this month in San Patricio County southwest of Taft. There are federal regulations that wind farms must follow, such as rules dealing with construction on wetlands and rules dealing with storm water runoff, but none triggers public notice requirements. Photo by Michael Zamora, Caller-Times (Corpus Christi, Texas).

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