Wind farm clean up plan in Oklahoma announced
OKLAHOMA CITY – The owner of a dilapidated Oklahoma Panhandle wind farm has presented plans to clean up the most dangerous of the wind turbine towers. The Oklahoman reports the plans are to address dangerously broken-down towers and turbines of the KODE Novus I and II wind farm near Guymon, Oklahoma. Owner Olympia Renewable Platform LLC has hired a contractor to remove broken blades from seven towers and topple a couple of others topped with burned-out generator nacelles. The company assured the repair work could begin next month and take 20 to 30 days to complete, depending on wind conditions.
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