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Blade assembly being fastened to towerA crane holds the wind turbine’s blades in place while they are fastened to the tower
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Crane workHub height of 84 m (276 ft), maximum weight each load lifted was 66 tons - Terex AC-1000 crane.
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Hongsongwa wind energy facility, Cheng De, Hebei Province, ChinaHongsongwa wind energy facility, Cheng De, Hebei Province, China
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RoadRoad, Bingham Wind, Maine - photo by Richard Harris
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Road and turbine siteRoad and turbine site, Bingham Wind, Maine - photo by Richard Harris
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Turbine tower baseTurbine tower base foundation, Bingham Wind, Maine - photo by Richard Harris
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Wind turbine in Sublette, Illinois, after burning June 23, 2015Wind turbine in Sublette, Illinois, after burning June 23, 2015 - photo by Lauren Magnuson via Facebook
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In Spain, 660-kW Gamesa G47 collapsed in high winds, February 2015In Spain, 660-kW Gamesa G47 collapsed in high winds, February 2015 - photo by Mariano Sanjuán
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Collapsed wind turbine at Screggagh wind farm, County Tyrone, 2 January 2014Collapsed wind turbine at Screggagh wind farm, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, 2 January 2014 - Photograph: Artur Widak
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Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca, MexicoWind turbines erected by the Demex company in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca, Mexico
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Homes for sale near wind turbines in Victoria, AustraliaSigns for abandoned homes near wind turbines in Victoria, Australia
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