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Foundation: excavatiion, rebar, concrete2,800 cubic yards of earth was excavated to 12 feet below grade - foundation is a gravity base that is a 56 foot wide octagon shape - 595 cubic yards of concrete weighing over 2.3 million pounds - contains 65 tons of reinforced steel rebar - 443-ft 2.5-MW wind turbine - photo from Lincoln Electric
Lifting the rotor assemblyLifting of the complete equipped rotor, with a diameter of 71 m, at the Dargelüz wind farm, in the German federal state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Three Enercon installations of the type E-70/4 were assembled by the crane. When the rotor and its blades were lifted, the crane went to an outreach of 23 m with a load of 53 tons on the hook.
Egmond aan Zee off shore wind energy facility, the NetherlandsEgmond aan Zee off shore wind energy facility, the Netherlands - photo by Robert van Waarden
TexasPhoto by Jordan Stewart
Wind turbine lights, MaineWind turbine lights on Rocky Dundee seen from Upper Pond - Citizens’ Task Force on Wind Power
North Frisia, GermanyThe coastline in North Frisia, at Germany’s northwest corner
Brown County, WisconsinSteve Apps, Wisconsin State Journal
Evansville, WyomingEvansville, Wyoming
November 2010 - Foote Creek Rim, WyomingNovember 2010 - Foote Creek Rim - Mitsubishi 600 kW - photo by Trent Brome
November 2010 - Foote Creek Rim, WyomingNovember 2010 - Foote Creek Rim - Mitsubishi 600 kW - photo by Trent Brome
Black stuff under nacelleBlack stuff evident under nacelle - Clear Lake, Iowa, December 2010
Clear Lake, Iowa, December 2010Clear Lake, Iowa, December 2010 - Florida Power & Light (Nextera)
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