May 26, 2013
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Derrick Z. Jackson/Globe staff
State officials envision this land as a staging area for turbine blades half the length of a football field.
Turbine foundations dwarfed automobiles awaiting shipment at Bremerhaven’s port terminal.
Bill White of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and Rick Sullivan, secretary of energy and environmental affairs.
Siemens workers in Grenaa, Denmark, maneuvered a nacelle into place for boat loading to the new Anholt offshore wind farm. The nacelle houses most turbine working components and its rotor.
A worker at Areva in Bremerhaven gave scale to a row of nacelles awaiting deployment.
Anholt, completed this month, gave a window to what the 130-turbine Cape Wind project would look like, using very similar turbine technology from Siemens.
A service boat cruised along the new 111-turbine Anholt offshore wind farm in Denmark.
A nacelle being finished at the REpower plant in Bremerhaven.
Blades awaited installation in Grenaa, Denmark.
A visitor was dwarfed by towers, blades, and a nacelle at the Siemens Grenaa deployment port.
The vacant beach where the New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal is being built, to someday perhaps look like Grenaa.