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Wind energy technology has developed extremely rapidly, and many commercial wind turbines now on the market have capacity ratings of one megawatt or more. Energy productivity per unit of rotor area has steadily improved. Turbine prices have decreased per unit capacity, so the cost of...
An information system, built-up from a database and a multiple criteria decision support system, was developed to collect, process, store, assess and disseminate information on renewable energy power stations in Greece. This system is used to support decision-making, control, analysis and...
Due to the increasing number of wind power plants all over the world, many studies have been carried out to assess the interaction of such plants with the distribution grid. The electrical power generated by wind turbines is strongly affected by fluctuations in the wind speed and structural...
To provide a realistic basis of determining the viability of a wind-powered pumped-storage hydroelectric system at a potential site, an evaluation technique has been developed to determine the ideal combination of models and quantities of various wind energy conversion systems under...
The past decade has yielded significant developments in the design, analysis and installation of hybrid (wind/photovoltaic (PV)/diesel) power systems. This paper presents a summary of recent progress on this subject in the United States with emphasis on the analytical and experimental work...
In this paper, an estimation of the wind speed at different heights with artificial neural networks is presented. It is an alternative way to compute wind shear. This method was tested using pairs of data sets from two measuring stations, installed in different topographic locations. Wind speed...
Organised by the Institute of Electrical Engineers, in association with the British Wind Energy Association (BWEA), the Association of Electricity Producers (AEP) and the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (I Mech E)
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