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Wind turbines are getting old. What happens to the ageing fleet?

By France24
16 January 2023   |   7:45 am
Modern wind turbines are growing taller, bigger and more powerful. They offer the potential for reliable, abundant energy. But what happens to the ageing fleet? The industry is now scrambling to avoid a waste problem, giving old turbines a second lease of life. The Down to Earth team takes a closer look.

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