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The flooding which devastated parts of the Netherlands last month left all wind plant untouched. The main area of flooding -- in Limburg in the south and the evacuated areas in the middle of Holland -- have few turbines. Most of them are sited along the coast, either on dikes or protected by dikes that are so high that the chance of flooding is once every 10,000 years. That could be tomorrow, but is not something Dutchmen like to think about.

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