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Turbine issues fixed in Osceola County

The company submitted records to the county showing the agreements have been reached. Levy said the agreements have been executed and the company would e-mail copies of them to the county. In cases where NextEra could not reach agreements with landowners, the company curtailed operations of turbines close to the county residents’ homes so the machines are within the acceptable noise and shadow flicker limits.
30 Jun 2020

Turbine damage still a mystery

Conlan Kennedy, NextEra communication specialist, said the turbine was damaged the night of April 16. Members of a NextEra wind technician team said there was a big storm in the area that night and the team was investigating the possibility of a lightning strike but the cause is still under investigation, Kennedy said.
28 Apr 2020

GONE WITH THE WIND: Weekend wind turbine fire leaves more questions than answers on public’s safety

“I could smell an electrical type smell for a good while, and my mom smelled it too,” Gregory resident Dolores Moreno said. “I was looking at our own house going room to room thinking it was coming from our home since the smell was pretty strong. A while later I heard the sirens so I knew it wasn’t us.” She also said that she heard someone saying that just before the blaze, they could hear a noise coming from the turbine.
10 Mar 2020

Turbine parts plummet from 100 meters at Omega wind farm in Piauí, Brazil

"This Sunday afternoon, some parts were disconnected from one of our generators in the municipality of Ilha Grande, in Piauí," said Omega in a note, adding that he hopes to resume the operation of the wind turbine "as soon as possible", but without mentioning deadlines. ...German Siemens, said that a “safety zone” was established around the equipment and that the causes of the problem are being investigated.
4 Feb 2020

Chehalis man who died in trench collapse was trying to rescue coworker

The Olympian reported this week that the state Department of Labor and Industries is investigating the incident. L&I already has three open investigations with three businesses that have ties to the project: Aerotek Inc., RES America Construction Inc. and Southern Power. A fourth investigation also could be opened with an RES America subsidiary, said L&I spokesman Frank Ameduri.
16 Jan 2020

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