Pictures filed under Structural Failure

Turbine fire in Missaukee County Michigan

Heritage_turbine_fire_thumb Heritage Sustainable Energy lost a turbine to fire at the Stoney Corners Wind Farm located in parts of Missaukee and Osceola Counties, west of the City of McBain, Michigan. The project consists of 29 wind turbines at an installed capacity of 60.2 megawatts. Special thanks to Dianne Ziegler for allowing us to share her photos on the Windaction site.
20 Dec 2016

Bear Creek wind turbine fire

Bearcreek-turbine-fire1_thumb A catastrophic fire destroyed one of the twelve Gamesa 2.0 MW wind turbines operating at the Bear Creek Wind Power Project. The facility, which is owned by Iberdrola, is located in Bear Creek Township near Wilkes-Barre in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania and was placed in service in 2006.
10 Nov 2016

Wind damages turbines near Minco

Ok-blade-failure1_thumb MINCO, Okla. — A wind turbine near Minco was damaged in overnight storms. Part of one of the blades was broken off and was left dangling in the breeze Friday morning. Some debris landed on part of land owned by Fox 25 Storm Tracker Bobby Hines, Hines said. The Oklahoma Mesonet site in Minco saw a gust of nearly 60 miles an hour during those thunderstorms. Other damage was reported around Oklahoma in the form of downed tree limbs.
7 Oct 2016

Wildcat Wind Turbine blade failure

Wildcatwind-bladefailure_thumb Another of the GE 1.6 megawatt wind turbines at the Wildcat Wind facility in Tipton and Madison Counties, Indiana, experienced a catastrophic failure. Residents in the area have lost county the number of times this has happened at the site. Special thanks to the folks in Tipton County for sharing this photograph taken at the site.
8 Jun 2016

Another Iberdrola turbine in flames

10406642_10153314144619561_8038242542069749243_n_thumb The flaming turbine is part of Iberdrola Renewables' Streator Cayuga Ridge South Wind Power Project located in  Livingston County, IL. The 300 megawatt facility includes 150 Gamesa G87 2.0 MW turbines. It was placed in-service in March 2010. Residents reported that fire crews were acting “traffic control only”.  Iberdrola trucks arrived after fire crews left. The turbine was still burning when Iberdrola left. 
24 May 2015

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