Slight change in wind turbine speed significantly reduces bat mortality
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labspaces.net — “While wind energy has shown strong potential as a large-scale, emission-free energy source, bat and bird collisions at wind turbines result in thousands of fatalities annually. Migratory bats, such as the hoary bat, are especially at risk for collision with wind turbines as they fly their routes in the forested ridges of the eastern U.S.” View full resource at labspaces.net
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