Turbine Blade Breaks at NextEra’s Breckinridge Wind Center

first_img By chloecox – Linkedin Twitter Voith Hydro supplying pumped storage equipment to pair with Idaho combined solar-wind project No posts to display RenewablesWind Linkedin Turbine Blade Breaks at NextEra’s Breckinridge Wind Center RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NextEra Energy Resources, operators of Breckinridge, noted one of the turbines wasn’t operating normally during routine monitoring before it broke. No one was injured in the incident. “We believe this was an isolated equipment issue, but we are inspecting each of the turbines at the wind farm to ensure they are operating normally,” said Steven Stengel, spokesman with NextEra. “We are working with the equipment manufacturer to provide a replacement blade.” Twittercenter_img Renewable project management firm Bradley acquired by Bureau Veritas By Editors of Power Engineering 6.5.2017 Facebook Breckinridge consists of 57 1.7 MW GE XLE wind turbines. Avista considering RNG on way to net-zero carbon goals Previous articleNERC: All U.S. Regions Will Meet Projected Summer Electricity DemandNext articleUpdate: Kemper County Component to be Redesigned chloecox TAGSNextEra A turbine blade broke at the 98-MW Breckinridge Wind Energy Center in Oklahoma, North American Windpower reported. Facebooklast_img read more