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Wind turbine destroyed by fire, 26 November 2013Wind turbine destroyed by fire in Gamesa's Stipa Naya facility, La Ventosa, Mexico, 26 November 2013
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Policías y la resistencia de los Pueblos del Istmo Frente a FrentePolicías y la resistencia de los Pueblos del Istmo Frente a Frente durante un acto inaugural del Parque eólico Stipa Naya en La Ventosa. Inauguración hecha por el entonces presidente espurio de México Felipe Calderó.
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Wind turbine burns, Lahr, GermanyWind turbine burns, Lahr, Germany - photo by Christopher Breithaupt, Badische Zeitung
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Wind turbine burns, Lahr, GermanyWind turbine burns, Lahr, Germany - photo by Christopher Breithaupt, Badische Zeitung
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Wind turbine burns, Lahr, GermanyWind turbine burns, Lahr, Germany - photo by Christopher Breithaupt, Badische Zeitung
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Wind turbine burns, Lahr, GermanyWind turbine burns, Lahr, Germany - photo by Christopher Breithaupt, Badische Zeitung
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Ontario landscapeOntario landscape near Ripley
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Wind farm and transformer station in the North SeaA wind farm and a transformer station in the North Sea not yet connected to an electric grid - Gordon Welters for The International Herald Tribune
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Power lines in the Thuringian Forest, GermanyPower lines run through the Thuringian Forest in central Germany - in order to cope with the shifting production and demands of Germany's electricity grid, massive lengths of power lines are being built across Germany, often through nature reserves like this one
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1.5-MW 400-ft-high 640 feet from a home in Scituate, Mass.1.5-MW 400-ft-high $6-million wind turbine 640 feet from a home in Scituate, Massachusetts - photo by courtesy of Alliance for Responsible Siting of Alternative Energy Installations, www.altenergysiting.org
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Sherbino 2, TexasThe 150 megawatt (MW) wind farm is located approximately 40 miles east of Fort Stockton, Texas. Sherbino 2 is 100% owned and operated by BP Wind Energy. Photo from BP.
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