|Last Update:||2018-08-21||File Type:||Plop|
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SM2 Wind Power Marine.
You will find 2 lots in this pack
1) The Wind Turbine is to be plopped on water.
2) The buoy is to be plopped on water, from the Wind Turbine field to the shore.
The buoy acts as a power transmission lot. It will light up at night if powered. Turn on your power grid and plop the buoys in a row. Watch the green power grid make the connection. Once satisfied, turn the power grid off.
Each Wind Turbine will output 1800 units of power. By plopping a few of them you can enjoy unlimited green power!!
I have created a specific Power Substation lot which can be found in my SM2 Power Pack. Plop it on shore for a seamless power grid.
Questions? Please post them here http://sc4devotion.com/forums/index.php?topic=17211.0
*Edit Aug 21 2018 Updated files with new readme which reflects new dependency list (far less files to download) and folder structure. For the sake of an organized plugin I suggest you re-download this file and remove the old one. No other action is required in game as this update does not change the lot/s in any way*
|SimNation||Perfect for offshore wind turbines and river setup thank you||2018-01-04|
|StevenCoppens||in fact 1800 as output was a pretty good shot. A land turbine is 200 in SC4, an offshore is about 3 times as large, hence 600. but there is also much steadier wind at sea, so in the end 1800 is only a little bit too much. I had so much fun with your answer to Nekomaster :D||2017-12-11|
|sejr99999||thank you for your excellent models and making them ploppable on water with the buoys to connect to shore well executed and I have been enjoying the R/L windmills popping up in my area||2017-11-08|
|Simmer2||@nekomaster - Dude, nowhere does it say that it outputs 1800MV. It could be 1800KW or 1800 rice balls. Its a game just enjoy the free model.||2017-11-08|
|nekomaster||Its rather nice looking, though isn't 1800 MW a bit much? I know that off shore wind turbines are typically larger and put out more power but I dont think they put out 1800 MW.||2017-11-08|