Winded: what becomes of decommissioned wind turbines?

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Winded: what becomes of decommissioned wind turbines?

Published Thursday 16 December 2021

In October 1993, Australia’s first commercial wind farm of note was constructed at Ten Mile Lagoon, west of Esperance, Western Australia. Twenty-eight years on, with wind now generating around 10% of Australia’s total electricity and 35% of its clean energy, Ten Mile Lagoon’s nine turbines are spinning towards the end of...

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