A damaged wind turbine is causing a storm in the United States.
Officials are investigating what has caused the wind turbine in Ohio to break apart.
The local news team got calls from worried residents who had found what appeared to be debris from a wind turbine’s blade in a field.
Officials have said only one of the 55 wind turbines has been damaged.
Earlier this year one of the UK’s largest windfarms was switched off after one its turbines was damaged.
A full investigation was carried out into the Powys site.
However, damage to wind turbines is a rare occurrence.
Wales’ First Minister Carwyn Jones wants the next 10 years to be Wales’ golden age in energy production.
He was speaking as he unveiled a Welsh government plan for the sector.
The Energy Wales document sets out how ministers intend to maximise the economic potential of power generation.
Mr Jones was discussing Wales’ need to tackle climate change and renewable energy.
Speaking to BBC Wales Mr Jones said 30,000 people already worked in the low carbon economy and the message to business was that Wales was very attractive for serious new energy investment.
Plans to erect two wind turbines in Leicestershire have angered locals.
The turbines are 328ft tall and REG Windpower want to put them up in a field next to a cement works.
Residents are concerned the rotor blades could possibly suck exhaust from the cement works downwards, polluting the Rutland countryside.
A company spokesman said research would suggest emissions would not increase.
A decision is expected in May.