All those big wind turbines survived Hurricane Sandy just fine - even in Cuba
Posted by David Brooks | Monday, November 26, 2012
The Northeast’s energy infrastructure took a beating from Superstorm Sandy, with power grids, refineries, gas stations and critical supply lines all knocked out of service for days (and in a few places, perhaps even months). But you know what survived the hurricane-force wind gusts just fine?
That's the introduction to a story on OnEarth about the way that the hurricane/Noreaster combo did no recorded harm to any of those giant spinning machines set up in very windy spots -not even turbines in Cuba, which was clobbered by the storm with winds up to 110 mph!