And then there’s what happens after a catastrophe.
The picture below is of a turbine at Starfish Hill Wind Farm, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia.
The turbine caught fire October 30, 2010. This picture was taken by pilot Bob Page in late February, 2011. Debris was still scattered everywhere at least four months after the fire.
According to the Clean Energy Council, Starfish Hill was designed for low ecological impact, visual amenity, low noise and tourism and economic benefits.
And doesn’t this photo suggest all those qualities?