Now before we start taking down our turbines, we have to realize that wind turbine failure is very uncommon. I’ll make the analogy to air travel. Many people are afraid to fly even though statistically its much more dangerous to travel by car. Statistics and probability do not always correlate with public fear.
The question: Are these breakdowns the product of improperly sized turbines (i.e. NYC East River tide turbines)? Or is the occasional wind turbine failure inevitable?
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