An approaching storm frames wind turbines north of Woodward, Oklahoma.
Pictures filed under Impact on Landscape from Oklahoma
A row of wind turbines in Harper County, Oklahoma. Depending on the model, each turbine can produce 1.5 to 2.1 megawatts of electricity when spinning at a speed for which the turbine was designed to deliver its maximum power (MW).
Newly constructed high-tension power lines frame a county road. The power lines deliver wind energy to load centers.
An example of the amount of grading done to install turbines in flat country