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Union Pacific Wind Program . October 27, 2009. Farm. String. Nacelle. Hub. Blades. Tower Base section. Tower mid Section. Tower upper section. DtA = Down Tower Assembly. Wind Energy Supply Chain. 1. Port or Plant. 2. 4. 3. UPDS Rail DC. Rail. 6. 5. PAD.

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Wind energy supply chain

Farm

String

Nacelle

Hub

Blades

Tower

Base

section

Tower

mid

Section

Tower upper section

DtA = Down

Tower

Assembly

Wind Energy Supply Chain

1

Port or Plant

2

4

3

UPDS

Rail DC

Rail

6

5

PAD

Carriers


Wind – Rail Clearances

14’ 2” +

width

&

Turns


UPDS WIND Distribution Centers

  • Current Operating DC’s

    • --Abilene, TX

    • -- Boardman, OR

    • -- Manly, IA

    • --Carr, CO

    • -- Tucson, AZ

    • -- Devils Lake, ND

    • -- Liberal, KS

    • -- Mojave, CA

    • -- Colton, CA

  • Pre-qualified DC Sites

    • --Bloomington, IL

    • -- Peoria, IL

    • -- Indio, CA

    • -- Kanopolis, KS

    • -- Butte, MT

    • -- El Reno, OK

    • -- Arlington, OR

    • -- Miller, SD

    • -- Milford, UT

    • -- Egbert, WY

    • -- Sidney, NE

    • -- Montevideo, MN

    • -- Milwaukee, WI

Top States in Wind Production

States with significant growth potential





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