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

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WTF for WisconsinWind turbine facilities for Wisconsin - from Kevin Kawula
Chatham-Kent, OntarioChatham-Kent, Ontario - photo by David Libby
Enercon E-126/6 MW in Emden, GermanyEnercon E-126/6 MW in Emden, Germany - rotor diameter 127 m (417 ft; swept area 12,668 sq.m [3.13 acres]), total height 198.5 m (651 ft)
We the people versus power companies and wind developersWe the people - reclaim independence from power companies and wind developers - from Rock County Tax-Payers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan
One of the hills carved up for wind farms just north of Huliyar Town along Chitradurga-Tumkur districts’ border (India)A not too pretty scene of the aftermath on one of the hills carved up for wind farms just north of Huliyar Town along Chitradurga-Tumkur districts’ border - from Wildlife Aware Nature Club, Tumkur (India)
Hoisting the blade assemblyHoisting the blade assembly
Seven Trees Road near Hallett, South AustraliaSeven Trees Road near Hallett, South Australia - Suzlon S-88 V3 2.1-MW turbines, 125 m tall - Proposed to have around 200 turbines when the 5 stages are complete. Hallett 1-4 are currently operating, but have had significant noise issues. 16 turbines of the 34 turbines at Hallett 2 were turned off at night because of tonality issues, now supposedly fixed, but according to locals, as noisy as ever. Photos by Mary Morris, Eudunda.
Extensive clearance of forest for heavy-duty roadDeerfield Wind, Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont - Extensive clearance of forest for heavy-duty road - photo by courtesy of Vermonters for Clean Environment

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