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Mexico's wind turbines seeping oil

The leaks, limited and probably posing no immediate health risk, are stirring up all kinds of local opposition

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The leaks look bad - and that's yet another headache for Mexico's energy reformers, who are seeking to make more use of renewable sources as state monopolies open up to private capital.

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The leaks look bad - and that's yet another headache for Mexico's energy reformers, who are seeking to make more use of renewable sources as state monopolies open up to private capital.

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WIND turbines were planted along a strip of Mexico's southern coast to make the country's power industry cleaner. Now they're spilling oil.

In the town of Juchitan last month, a clean-up was under way around a generator owned by Electricite de France (EDF). Workers

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