Vestas to probe new turbine collapse

An old Vestas turbine has collapsed in Croatia. The cause is still unknown, but the incident will now be investigated.

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Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas will be sending technicians out to examine yet another turbine collapse, reports Renews.

This time, the incident took place on one of the company's older turbine models, a V52 850 kW wind turbine, in the Pag wind farm in Croatia. A Vestas spokesperson tells Renews that no one has been injured in the collapse.

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