There are some really interesting comparisons around materials usage between wind and nuclear.
A typical 2.5MW land-based turbine uses about 390 tonnes of steel and 1100 tonnes of concrete (that's ignoring access roads) It's got a 20-25 year operational life, and (in the UK) will average about a 27% capacity factor.
Output over life is
(2.5*25*0.27) = 16.875 MW-years.
So that's 23.1 tonnes of steel per MW-year and 65.2 tonnes of concrete per MW-year.
A 1620MW EPR (the most resource intensive of the UK new-build designs) . That's got a 60 year design life, at a capacity factor of 90%.
(1620*60*0.9) = 87,480 MW-years
It uses 205,000 cubic metres of concrete (at about 2.4 tonnes/cubic metre 492,000 tonnes- ) and 71,000 tonnes of steel.
That's 5.6 tonnes of concrete per MW-year, and 0.81 tonnes of steel per MW-year
In other words, the wind option uses about 13 times as much concrete, and 28 times as much steel per unit of output over life.