10 months after fire, Hull wind turbine dismantled

By National Wind Watch A fixture of Hull’s skyline for the past 15 years is being dismantled – as these pictures show. Taken by local photographer Bob Carter, they show a huge mechanical arm cutting through one of the blades of the turbine off Oak Road, which was badly damaged by a fire in August last year. Built in 2008, the turbine, near the banks of the River Hull, stands 125m (410ft) tall. It was able to generate up to two million watts of . . .

Read Full Article Here

For more great articles: National Wind Watch

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)



© 2014 RenewaNews