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The turbine on fire is part of the Iberdrola (now Avangrid) Juniper Canyon wind energy facility sited in Klickitat County, Washington. The project is owned and operated by Iberdrola Renewables (now Avangrid) and consists of 128 turbines (63 in Phase 1; 65 in Phase 2) for a total installed capacity of 251.2 MW. - dont like music
This is a power plant on fire! It’s a big deal and not a rare occurrence as the industry has claimed. The white stationary objects on the ground are the fire trucks.
A wind turbine off S Elkton caught fire. The turbine is part of the Harvest II wind energy facility placed in service in November 2012 by Exelon. The turbine is one of 33 Vestas V-100 (1.8 MW) turbines erected in Oliver, Chandler and McKinley townships in Huron County.
A defective GE 2.5MW wind turbine erupted in flames at the Caithness Shepherds Flat wind energy facility causing fire to spread to more than a thousand acres of brush. The failed turbine was located at Rhea Road and Highway 19 just East of Arlington, Oregon in Gilliam County. The project was commissioned in 2012 and includes 338 turbines (845 MW) making it one of the largest in the United States.
A massive wind turbine caught fire Thursday night near Beaver in Boone county.
The turbine was located less than 300 feet from the school's soccer fields.
The turbine on fire is part of NextEra's Weatherford Wind Energy Center commissioned in 2005. The project consists of 98 GE1.5sle (1.5MW) turbines for a total nameplate capacity of 147 MW.
Hurricaine destroys turbines in Puerto Rico.
This 2.5 MW Clipper model C-96 turbine, part of NextEra's Endeavor I Wind Energy Center, burned for hours before this video was taken. The video shows the turbine's massive blade fall to the ground after first standing on its end before collapsing into a trail of black smoke and flames. The Endeavor I facility is located in Osceola County, Iowa. The turbines stand 420 feet tall including the 153-foot long blades; rotor diameter of 314-feet (96 meters). The 100 MW facility includes 40 turbines and was placed in service in 2008.
Dramatic video shows a wind turbine catching fire Tuesday, with a blade crashing to the ground. It happened in McBain Michigan at the Stoney Corners Wind Farm. The project consists of 29 turbines that were a mix different makes and models. The total installed capacity is reported as 60.2 megawatts.
Dramatic images of a turbine burning near Sublette Illinois.
Iberdrola Renewables' Streator Cayuga Ridge South Wind Power Project located in Livingston County, IL experienced a catastrophic failure at one of the 150 Gamesa G87 2.0 MW turbines. Illinois residents caught the fire on video.
A turbine at Iberdola Renewables Farmers City wind project was destroyed by flame. This short video was taken approximately 30-45 minutes after the fire reportedly started. The 146 megawatt (MW) project is located in Atchison County, in the northwest corner of Missouri. The 73 Gamesa G87 (2.0 MW) turbines were commissioned in 2009.
One of the 112 wind turbines in Ocotillo Wind Express caught fire on January 15 and smoke was seen fuming from the turbine for hours. Many long-time critics of the wind farm project had cited the likelihood of a wind turbine catching fire as one of numerous safety concerns.
GREAT FALLS -- Engineers from General Electric are working to determine the extent of damage done to a wind turbine just west of Great Falls.
Following the catestrophic failure of a Clipper turbine sited in Texas, BP documented the desctruction of the tower in this video.
Firefighters responded to the scene, but cleared the area after the wind turbine company, "Locust Ridge Wind Farm," arrived. The plan was to allow the turbine to burn itself out.
The Fowler Ridge Wind facility experienced a catastrophic fire at one of its over 300 turbines. The Benton Review newspaper caught footage of the fire. Benton County dispatchers said fire crews were called to 100 South and Meridian Road just south of Fowler after there were reports of a wind turbine on fire.
One of the Mill Run Wind Energy Center's ten 1.5 megawatt turbines fell to the ground. The project was placed in service in 2001 with total nameplate capacity of 15 megawatts (10 turbines x 1.5 mw). The project was constructed in 2001 and is owned by NextEra Energy.