User:Teratornis/Wind turbines on public display

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Internationalization
Dansk: Vindmøller på offentlige display
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Deutsch: Windenergieanlagen auf die öffentliche Darstellung
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English: Wind turbines on public display
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Español: Turbinas eólicas en exposición pública
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Français : Des éoliennes sur l'affichage public
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Italiano: Le turbine eoliche al pubblico
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Nederlands: Windturbines op scherm
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Polski: Turbiny wiatrowe na publiczne wyświetlanie
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This gallery features wind turbines in urban areas, at schools, or in parks; wind farms with visitor centers; wind turbines visited by the public; and wind turbines for education, demonstration, and public relations.

Australia[edit]

Bahrain[edit]

Canada[edit]

People's Republic of China[edit]

  • Inner Mongolia's Huitengxile Wind Farm has 14 visitor centers to accommodate wind power tourists to the remote region[1]

Hong Kong[edit]

Germany[edit]

One wind turbine of the type Enercon E-66 at Windpark Holtriem, Germany carries an observation deck, open for visitors.[2]

To-do: find freely licensed photos of this wind turbine, if possible. The source I referenced above has several photos of the inside and outside of the wind turbine, but they are for non-commercial use only according to the author.

  • Search Flickr for images with the keywords: Windpark Holtriem under these licenses: cc-by or cc-by-sa
  • Search Flickr for images with the keywords: Westerholt under these licenses: cc-by or cc-by-sa
  • Search Flickr for images with the keywords: Aurich under these licenses: cc-by or cc-by-sa
  • Search Flickr for images with the keywords: wind turbine lower Saxony under these licenses: cc-by or cc-by-sa
  • Search Flickr for images with the keywords: wind turbine Germany under these licenses: cc-by or cc-by-sa
  • Search Flickr for images with the keywords: Holtriem under these licenses: cc-by or cc-by-sa

No luck so far.

Netherlands[edit]

The Siemens plant in Zoetermeer features a wind turbine with 40m blade length and an observation deck.

New Zealand[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

United States[edit]

See also[edit]

To-do: make a {{Navbox}} template about wind power.

References[edit]

  1. Zhou, Renjie; Yadan Wang (2007-08-14). Residents of Inner Mongolia Find New Hope in the Desert. Worldwatch Institute. Retrieved on 2008-11-04.
  2. Janssen, Wolfgang. Wind turbine with observation deck in Westerholt / Germany. Retrieved on 2009-07-06.
  3. Grover, Sami (2009-06-01). Stunning Urban Wind Turbines Circumvent NIMBYs. Retrieved on 2009-07-11.
  4. Green energy. BNET (11 2005). Retrieved on 2008-11-12.
  5. Power from the wind (PDF). Renewable Energy Systems. Retrieved on 2008-11-16.
  6. Wind farm is in the frame. Bury Times (2008-11-28). Retrieved on 2008-12-12.
  7. Boston's First Wind Turbine Serves as Example. RenewableEnergyAccess.com (2005-05-18). Retrieved on 2008-11-03.
  8. Wind Turbine Project Q & A. Great Lakes Science Center (2006-05-17). Retrieved on 2008-10-28.
  9. Great River's new headquarters 'LEEDs' by example. Reliable Energy Solutions. Retrieved on 2008-11-01.
  10. Levy, Paul (2007-11-27). An energy model for all to see. Star Tribune. Retrieved on 2008-11-02.
  11. Broehl, Jesse (2005-07-22). Wal-Mart Deploys Solar, Wind, Sustainable Design. Renewable Energy World. Retrieved on 2008-11-01.
  12. DeWind Plans Wind Turbine Demo Site in Sweetwater, Texas. BNET Business Network (2007-09-06). Retrieved on 2008-11-05.
  13. Block, Ben (2008-07-24). In Windy West Texas, An Economic Boom. Retrieved on 2008-11-05.

Category:Wind turbines