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Turbine in Ontario breaks in half

Chatham-kent-collapse_thumb The turbine that collapsed was a GE 1.5MW xle, placed in service in 2011 by US-based Invenergy as part of the 52-turbine (78 MW) Raleigh wind facility in Chatham-Kent in southwest Ontario. The project was soled to Terraform in 2015. No information has been released as to the cause of the failure. 
19 Jan 2018

Work continues at Ferndale turbine

Tethers had originally been attached to bulldozers, but are now attached to strand jacks, which are embedded into the rock. The tethers, which are attached to the turbine at a collar, were to be highly tensioned on Friday so that the engineers can begin to take core samples of the concrete base of the turbine, Boles said.
26 May 2016

Ontario residents fight wind turbines planned near Collingwood airport

The wind turbines will be “jammed” between the two airports, which operate mainly on visual flight rules, and will “penetrate the arrival and departure airspace as defined by Transport Canada’s guidelines,” added Elwood. “Does this province want to be the first government with blood on its hands after they cause the first aircraft-turbine crash in Canada?”
21 Apr 2016

http://www.windaction.org/posts?location=Ontario&topic=Safety
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