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The Civaux nuclear power plant, two reactors,1450 MW each.
Wind turbines in Southern France. Although they are quite large (more than 130 meters high, that is to say about half the height of the Eiffel tower - as high as a 50 story-high building), they produce, not regularly, about 5 000 times less electricity than one reactor of 1 000 MW, the size of which is only a few meters in height and in diameter.
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