Hmm our turbines have heating elements in their blades incase it gets coldHa And gas guzzling helicopters are flying around dumping junk on the wind turbines so they don't freeze, and electricity is being spared in homes in Tx to keep the wind turbines going.
A conversation in a foxhole whilst in the army circa 1979 / 81 ish which persuade me i needed to take care of my own family after my government spent hundreds of millions of pounds building bunkers for themselves, government documents, the Crown jewels , senior civil servants, art treasures but NOTHING on the civilian population saying it was not economically viable to protect the public, just the elite. THAT was went I became a fledgling survivalist and a republican.Some event must have prompted all of you to be preppers, or some thought. Maybe that was or could be the subject of a thread.
The blades ice up like airplane wings and go out of balance, thats why they get heated of have deicer nozzles.We have many windmills in Montana and I never heard of them freezing. Different lubrication? Different engineering? Heating the blades? I'd heat the bearings. but then I'm an oil guy.