Another One Bites the Dust: Wisconsin Wind Farm Decommissioned After Just 20 Years

This article discusses the limited longevity of older turbines, statistics are showing that the newer larger turbines have an even shorter average lifespan between 7 and 15 years. Another One Bites the Dust: Wisconsin Wind Farm Decommissioned After Just 20 Years November 21, 2018 |  Isaac Orr in | American Experiment An industrial wind facility … Continue reading Another One Bites the Dust: Wisconsin Wind Farm Decommissioned After Just 20 Years

Higher Breakdown Risks and Maintenance Required for Newer Larger Wind Turbines.

Newer windfarms require more than double the amount of maintenance than older ones, according to an independent inspection firm. September 26, 2018 | David McPhee | Energy Voice Windfarms under five years of age require on average seven repairs per turbine in contrast to those older than that period only needing 2.2 repairs. A report … Continue reading Higher Breakdown Risks and Maintenance Required for Newer Larger Wind Turbines.

Sales Pitch: Industrial Turbines are Quiet – FALSE

We have not posted as much on turbine noise, as it will have an effect primarily on the wildlife, and anyone in the the area, hiking, or hunting. Listen here: The sales pitch newer industrial turbines are only as loud as a refrigerator. What they do not add is that it sounds like a refrigerator … Continue reading Sales Pitch: Industrial Turbines are Quiet – FALSE