Of Course Wind Turbines Can Run In The Cold. Including Antarctica. | Mashable Explains



Wind turbines power about 100 homes at the main U.S. research center in Antarctica, where temperatures average about -17°C. It’s proof that the incredibly resilient technology can be weatherized to operate reliably in extreme cold.

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