Applied Materials Wind Turbine





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Published on Jan 16, 2013

Tower height: 328 feet
Blade length: 160 feet
Power generated: 2.5 MW - Applied Materials will save over $1 million / year in electric bills.
The nacelle at the top of the tower weighs 113 tons. The drive train that is lifted and placed inside it weighs an additional 119 tons. At full speed, the tips of the blades are traveling at 165 MPH.

The turbine components arrived by barge at Cruiseport Gloucester and were transported by special trucks to their final destination.


About the Photographer: Jay Groccia is a Massachusetts based photographer who provides stunning images for clients that want to present their projects with the best possible architectural photography. His skills at dealing with challenging interior lighting situations are no obstacle for him as he creates amazing photographs that capture the emotion of a room.

Top real estate agents use Jay when they need their listings to look like they jumped off the pages of fine living magazines like Better Homes & Gardens, Architectural Digest, Dwell, or Martha Stewart Living.

The 360° panoramas he photographs are sharp, rich in color and detail, and distortion free filling the screen with architectural accuracy. Jay also enjoys creating beautiful aerial photographs for his clients that really make a property shine. In addition to his architectural work, Jay is an accomplished food photographer and has created hundreds of business portraits and professional identity packages for real estate agents, other business professionals, and political candidates.

He generously donates his artistry to the Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange to photograph older children in need of a loving family.

by Kevin MacLeod
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